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The Ocala evening star.

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Title:
The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Star
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. ; 61 cm.

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556

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Abstract:
The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funding:
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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8, Number 305


OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1903.


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Weekly.


Huyler's
Received


HELP THE HOSPITAL

We wish to call the attention of
housekeepers to our line of fine Fla-
voring Extracts, which are first class
in every respect, and absolutely full
strength.
We give 10 per cent. of the purchase
price to any charitable organization
and you will find a coupon attached to
each bottle.
Our idea in taking this method to
introduce these goods is to help the
Marion County Hospital. However,
these coupons are made payable to
"any charitable organization" and it
rests entirely with the purchaser as
to where the coupon goes.
The price of the extracts is 15
cents per bottle of One FULL Ounce
and this quantity will go as far as
some of the 25 cent bottles of so-
called "full strength'" extracts.
Four flavors Lemon, Vanilla,
Strawberry and Pineapple.
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and some novelties that


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will delight


you.
Ice Cream in any quantity, the
smoothest and most wholesome.


See me for entertainments
C.H.


Dame.


TYLER'S MILK

No dairy in the state has the per-
fected arrangements and equipment
to give you clean, pure milk as has
Tyler. When you drink it you know
you are imbibing the cleanest and
best to be had.


THE CARMICHAEL & 80N CO
Have j st received
a car of ..*


A. B.


C. St. Louis Beer,


The Best Beer on
the market, It is
on draught and in
Bottles at the Mc-
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L--LLEA D A.. m .a.,-


TWO GOOD BILLS

That Got Through the Legislature in
the Last Days of the Session

(Tampa Tribune)
Tallahassee, June 4.-The measure
introduced by Bullock in the House
to prevent the seining or trapping of
fish in the fresh water lakes of the
state, was passed by the Senate this
morning, and will receive the approv-
al of the governor.
A bill in the interest of the public
highways of the state, originating in
the Senate, received the unanimous
endorsement of the House this morn-
ing.
It provides that all moneys now in
the interest improvement funds and
all moneys derived "from the sale of
swamp or overflowed lands be appor-
tioned among the various counties, in
proportion to their taxable valuation
of property, to be used in constructing
hard surfaced roads and highways.
The general appropriation bill has
passed both houses, after having had
$203,000 chopped off by the House.
Educational interests, however, did
not fare badly, having received about
75 per cent. of the total amount asked
for by them.

KALOLA
CRYSTALLIZED MINERAL WATER
NATURE'S NATURAL REMEDY
A combinit'on of crystals contain-
ing the medicinal properties of four
noted mineral springs. Cures Consti-
pation, Indigestion, Stomach, Kidney,
Liver and Bladder troubles.
:'Take KALOLA six days and eat
anything you want."
A teaspoonful dissolved in a glass
of water makes a delightful and inex-
pensive morning laxative.
Price 50c. and $1.
For sale at drugstores or sent by
mail, postage prepaid, upon receipt of
price. KALOLA COMPANY,
6-3 d3m Savannah, Ga.

EAST FLORIDA SEMINARY


Exercises


ECxcusion Rates

ON

Straw Hats


ARE STILL IN EFFECT

WE HAVE BEEN PLEASED THAT MANY HAVE RESPONDED
TO OUR RECENT LOW PRICE STRAW HAT ANNOUNCEMENT,
BUT FOR THE BENEFIT OF THOSE WHO HAVE NOT YET
BOUGHT, WE WILL STATE THAT THE COST PRICE ON" ANY
HAT IN THE ENTIRE LINE STILL HOLDS GOOD.


The Assortment is Stil First Class


THE W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE CO.

SECOND DOOR FROM CORNER, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.


50 Cents On a Dollar
WALL PAPER
J. Starr Sternberger.

Ocala, Fla., June, 1903.
To All Whom This May Concern:
This is to certify that the Peninsula
Industrial Insurance Company (Ocala
Branch), under the management of E.
N. DeLong, Superintendent, is one of
the most successful and business-like
organizations of its kind in the South,
having promptly met all its bills, paid
its sick and death benefits, and has
given entire satisfaction both to the
relatives of its deceased members
and the undertaker. The manager,
Mr. DeLong, and his associate, Mr. E.
E. Bogart, are to be highly commend-
ed for the healthy growth and pros-
perous condition of the company, hav-


ing to care for over a thousand mem-
bers in this division.
State of Florida, Treasurer's Office,
Tallahassee, Fla., Jan. 14, 1903.
The Peninsular Industrial Insurance
Company, of Jacksonville, Fla., hav-
ing complied with the requirements of
the laws of the state of Florida rela-
tive to insurance companies doing
business in the state,'and having paid
the license tax required by law, the
said company is hereby authorized to
transact business in this state.
Signed. James B. Whitfield,
State Treasurer.

HELLO, PHONE 12

Ocala Pressing Club. We do all
pressing and dry cleaning. Ladles'
skirts a specialty. d tf 65


of Commencement Week
May 21 to 27


On the 21st of May, 1903, at 8 p. m.,
the pupils of Miss Truss Denby had
their concert in the spacious and
beautifully decorated academic audi-
torium of the East Florida Seminary.
The many pupils performed their.
parts in a most graceful manner. The
program was excellent and was car-
ried out with grand success. Mrs.
Denby is a beautiful and talented mu-
sician and her pupils have the very
best of musical training. The num-
ber of pupils enrolled is from forty-
five to fifty. It is needless for me to
say more, as it would take a volume
to do Justice to the subject for music
is the most beautiful and grandest
thing in nature.
On Friday evening, May 22, the
Young Ladies' Dialectic Literary So-
ciety held its annual commencement
program. Many beautiful recitations,
and instrumental and vocal solos,
were rendered; also a magnificent
character sketch of Longfellow was
given by a very charming young lady.
Last, but not least, was a rainbow
drill by fourteen young ladies, all
dressed in loose white flowing gowns
and waving the colors of the rainbow.
The program was one of the finest
that was ever given by that society.
Thanks are due to Miss Ruby Rose,
who so skillfully trained the young
ladies for that grand event, which can
never be forgotten.
On Saturday night the young men's
societies met, namely, the Hermean
and Periclean. The debates and reci-
tations by the different ones were
highly enjoyed by all. They were full
of manhood's enthusiasm and vigor-
ous sentiments. This being a con-
testing society, each one did his best
and the judges, after a careful and
close consideration, decided and pro-
nounced the Hermean winners. Mag-
nificent music was rendered on this
particular occasion by the young la-
dies and gentlemen of the East Flor-
ida Seminary Glee Club, who have
had a careful training by a professor


The Store With the


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Front


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OUR COUNTY SOLONS

Official Report of the June Meeting of
the Board of Commissioners
Ocala, Fla., June 1, 1903.
The Board of County Commission-
ers met this day in regular session.
Present-H. W. Long, chairman,
and Commissioners E. L. Wartmann,
F. S. Lucius, N. A. Fort and J. L. Ed-
wards.
Minutes of last meeting were read
and approved.
Mr. Edwin Spencer appeared in be-
half of Mr. C. C. Driggers and request-
ed the Board of County Commission-
ers to give them an order for the
seine heretofore confiscated by the
game warden and sold. The board
claimed no jurisdiction in the matter
and declined to act.
Mr. J. N. Marshall was upon motion
appointed mark and brand inspector
for Candler.
Mr. C. H. Hargreaves appeared be-
fore the board and asked a reduction
on his personal taxes from $4800 to

$2200 and the tax assessor having rec-
ommended the reduction, the same
was granted.
Application of Mr. Brown asking re-
duction on assessment for 1902 taxes
was referred to the assessor.
Mr. Robert Holly appeared before
the board and asked why there was
no road overseer in Districts 11 and
12 and known as the northern divis-
ion of Commissioner Fort's district
No. 4.
Mr. W. H. Webb appeared before
the board and asked the board to rec-
ommend to the comptroller a reduc-
tion for the purchase of certain certifi-
cates upon which he desired to obtain
tax deed. The said application was
refused.
The petition filed at last meeting of
the board of Mr. McLeod's was laid
over until the meeting in July next.
Mr. H. W. Long thereupon made his
report for the poor farm, showing ex-
penses $107.69; credit, $1.40; total,
$106.29.
The committee heretofore appoint-
ed with reference to flat at Sharpe's
Ferry made their report and stated
that the flat was ready. Upon motion
it was ordered that a warrant be
drawn in favor of the contractors, L.
A. Griggs and George Pendarvis, for
$70, to be turned over to the commit-
tee as soon as fiat was received.
The board thereupon-adjourned un-
til Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock.

Tuesday, June 2, 1903.
Board met pursuant to adjourn-
ment. All members present.
Upon motion it was ordered that a
settlement be recommended to the
comptroller to allow the redemption
from tax sales on lot'6 and west two-
thirds of lot 7, S. W. Teague's re-sur-
vey of lots 54 and 59, Caldwell's addi-
tion to Ocala, at a valuation of $300.
The notary bond of W. J. Folks,
with C. H. Hargreaves and J. K. Mix-
son, sureties, was approved.
It was upon motion of Mr. Edwards
ordered that the Daughters of the
Confederacy be granted the use of the
court house on June 3, 1903.
The road matter of the northern di-
vision of District No. 4 was again
raised and discussed with reference to
opening the old matter. After discus-
sion the board, upon motion of Mr.
Lucius, ordered that the motion of the
board in the past stand and a new
man be appointed as road overseer for
the northern half of District No. 4
and the same was thereupon left with
Commissioner Fort to elect another


man as road overseer.
It was ordered upon motion of Mr.
Wartmann that the comptroller be re-
quested to allow redemption of Phyl-
lis Dansler's land described as com-
mencing 11.23 chs s of ne corner of
nw quarter of nw quarter, sec 33, tp
12, R. 22, thence s 42 yds, w 70 yds, n
42 yds, e 70 yds, at $4.
The report of the commissioners to
lay out road from Mazie to Blitchton
was then taken up and laid over until
the meeting in July, 1903.
Petition asking for the continuation
of the Ocala and Blitchton road near
Ocala was laid over until July, 1903.
and referred to Commissioner Ed-
wards for investigation and report at
next meeting.


THE CLUB HOUSE


Opposite Court Hou
Ocala, Pla.


Cuistae First C b,
Rat e-t_


Rcrefnishid Througs t


Special Rates by %Wek a
Month.

MRS. THO8 J. BARNES, Prep

assessment on this property to
on 1903 books and that was the oma
price paid for it and $400 was coed*
ered a fair price for it up to thi time
and refused to recommend a rebate.
Said. application was thereupoa re
fused by the board.
The following resolution was there
upon adopted:
We, the Board of County CuBal-
sioners, have visited the county oe-
vict camp, at which point our oo
roads machinery is at work in chua
of Mr. William Lucius, made a thor-
ough examination of same Sad we
deem it a privilege to express oar
gratification and satisfaction with the
manner in which all things are work-
ing and cordially invite the cittieas of
Marion county to visit the same.
Bonds to carry firearms were re
ceived and laid over until next meet*
ing as follows:
Claude Davis, with W. R. Brown
and J. A. Murrell as sureties; C. M.
Jones, wit h W. J. Waters and C. M.
Rush, sureties; T. C. Fergerso, with
D. B. Kibler and .. W. Castel as uare-
ties; M. L. Ferguson, with D. Klb-
ler and W. J. Mixson as sureties; 0.
R. McClendon, with C. A. Treere
and Thomas A. Mitchell, sureties
Mr. E. P. Thagard, tax collect, re
ported collection of $269 on aeoMat
of poll taxes and $10.80 on accoat oe
licenses. ...
Justices of the peace reported. .la
Imposed in their courts as tiMws:
B. F. iouchillon, $5; J. W. Coulter,
$5; J. M. Barksdale, $55; M. IL ReW
$50; .G. G. Mathews, $2f6; J. O. Tar-
nipseed, $350; C. C. Priest, $2L.
The following Justices reported a
fines imposed in their courts: W. W.
Jackson, D. L. Grantham, J. W. Lyles,
J. N. 8hedd, C. J. L. Moody, Alex.
Wynne and E. S. Smith.
T. E. Pasteur, county treasurer, re.
ported receipts, disbursements and
balances as follows:
County Road: Balance last report,
$8.20; receipts, $4386.6 4--$4U4.
Disbursed, $2190. Balance, $21.84.
County Proper: Balance lat re-*
port, .52; receipts, $2202.'- 14.2214
Disbursed, $1879.44. Balance, $324.70.
F. and F. Fund: Balance lat re-
port, $75.65; receipts, $1271.9 -
$1347.34. Disbursed, $740.49. Bal-
ance, $606.85.
The board thereupon adjourned.
S. T. SJstrunk, Clerk.

WELL BORING
I am prepared to do all kinds of well
boring for water or sewerage. Will
contract for this kind of work na say
section of the state. Can do work Oe
short notice. Address W. F. Haml-
ton, Ocala, Fla. d-lm.


BEATRICE N. SINCLAIR


STENOGRAPHER


Front Room in Office of Allred A
Davis


Office
5 p.


Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and 1 to
m.


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SITTINGER and COMPANY
Prprietors and Publishers.


: C. L. ITTINGER
kdltor and Business Manager.

I IRROLLi- EDIBbTOR.

reason why thee was no Dalx
Yesterday was hat the press-
SI devil and thre4 of the carrier
absented them Ives on the pic-
ale, and sickness the foreman's
Sfamlkept him home half the da

S- Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tabiots are Just what you need when
ydu have no appetite, feel dull after
eating and wake up with a bad taste
In your mouth. They will improve
your appetite, cleanse and invigorate
your stomach and give you a relish
for your food. For sale by all drug-
Sslate..

Commissioner E. L. Wartmifan. of
Cltra was in town Thursday and I1-
Sformed the Star reporter he had seven
eral thousand dollars of stock in the
destroyed mil at Gainesville, Ga., but]
S' was glad to s y that his daughter, whoi
had been attending Brenl College at
that place, had ef he town for
home three days rior to the cloid-
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EMORIAL DAY great financial feat nearly fifty years
DAY ago.
Wednesday was Confederate Memo- A feature of the civil war on the
rial Day and it was fittingly and suc- part of the South was the disposition
cessfully celebrated, through the pa- of its ablest and most brilliant states-
triotic efforts of the Daughters of the men to take service in the army in-:
Confederacy of tead of the civil government. He de-
Ocala.I scribed how Davis met all these try-:
Ocala. ing obstacles; and now it seems a


At 3 o'clock in the afternoon the'
veterans of the Ocala camp and their
friends repaired to the armory, where
the procession was formed. First
came Hampton S. Chambers, marshal
t f the day, and his aide, John H.
athews, then the Ocala Rifles, in
command of Capt. G. A. Nash, led by
Drummer Emmet Robinson, followed
by the speakers in carriages, Confed-
erate veterans, commanded by Major
G. M. Hubbard, Sons of Veterans,
Daughters of the Confederacy, and
citizens. They marched to the court
house, where lion. F. E. Harris, mas-
ter of ceremonies, called the meeting
to order, and introduced Rev. Dr. W.
C. Lindsay, who offered a fervent
prayer.
Mr. Harris then made a short ad-
dress, referring to the fact that the
further we get away from the great
struggle of 1861-5 the sweeter are the
flowers and the dearer the memories
of the departed heroes. He reverted
to the fact that Northern writers,
among them a president of a Northern
college and some of their statesmen,
in reviewing the great struggle, have
da*> ale< th in rie {ht ft c.^ 0n n_ U


SwuaLrsIi *l a ;J;iincn. / ticonceUi IU Ii e ri~ t U seces CTJ i He
-. quoted Horace Greeley's memorable
-have -beenf troubled for some editorial in the New York Tribune:
time with indigestion and sour stom- "Let the erring sisters depart in
ach," says Mrs. Sarah W. Curtis, of peace." His only contention was that
Lee, Mass., "and have been taking the people of the South should have
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver been permitted in a primary to ex-
Tablets, which have helped me very press their wishes on the question.
much, so that now I can eat many He spoke of the fact that as soon
things that before I could not." If as the provisional Confederate govern-
you have any trouble with your stom- ment was formed at Montgomery
ach, why not take these Tablets andI three commissioners were sent to
get well? For sale by all druggists. Washington to present Lo Secretary
William H. Seward the contention of
Be sure and read H. A. Fausett's the South for a separation and their
advertisement. He wants tomatoes presentation of the matter was so co-
by the basket full and wagon load. gent and logical that Seward did not
Mr. Fausett is a square man and al- answer, because in his opinion the ar-
ways does the fair thing by those who guments set forth were unanswera-
trade with him. ble. It was said that slavery was the
cause of the war, but as the original
FOR SALE thirteen colonies had slaves, why was
Sit admissible North and not South?
Cantaloupes and Watermelons Observing the condition of the
Have 120 acres of watermelons and South American republics, he was
40 of cantaloupes for sale. The fruit thankful that we were a great, power-
0 of cantaloupes for sale. The fruit ful and united people; and yet our
Is a fair average. Buyers call on Dr. ful and united open and e or
W. P. Wilson, Ocala, Fla. 5 30 dlw greatness is but opening under the
Benign influences of peace and the de-


Ben Raysor, that charming invalid
at the Club House (the man with the
foot, in other words), has extended
his literary researches to Omar Khay-
yam. He says it's not had a little bit.
He especially admires that passage
about the Jug of wine and loaf of
bread and book of verse, but says as
for himself he should prefer the Ocala
Star and light draughts of Carmi-
chael's "Pet." (No, Ben doesn't
drink. He meant a goak.)

RAILROAD TICKETS FOR SALE
The Carmichael & Son Co. have two
tickets for sale, good from Tampa to
Troy, Ala. Call on them. 4td27

Ladies, if you are married, be sure
to have your husbands hear Dr. Yer-
ger's lecture on "Matrimony" this
evening at the opera house. Twenty-
ive cents. Tickets at the Postoffice
Drugstore.

Ladies, if you are single, be sure to
have your beaux hear Dr. Yerger's
Lecture this evening on "Matrimo-
ny." It may save you trouble, 25c.
Tickets at Postoflice Drugstore.

CHINESE LAUNDRY
Lee Hong's Chinese laundry, Monte-
suma, Fort King avenue side, is now
open. Bring in your boiled linen and
receive it white as the driven snow.
Report comes from Yalaha that
there was some trouble there Satur-
day with the negroes; that Merchant
George King sided with them, and
that night King was waylaid and se-
verely whipped.

WANTED
A young man with some knowledge
of drugs, need not be registered, to
stay in drugstore. Good place for
right party. Apply to .J. W. Castell,
Dunnellon, la n. -

Alachua county vwuit dry Tuesday.
Gainesville gave a )uajorlty of 4F
against saloons.
tCNSTIPATDn RBOWEI


velopment of the arts. In illustration
of this wonderful progress in material
prosperity he need but cite the fact
that the wealth of the South today is
greater than the combined wealth of
the nation when the war began.
He deemed it especially fitting that
the birthday of Jefferson Davis should
be observed as a memorial by the U.
D. C., for did not that great chieftain
dedicate his history of the Confedera-
cy to these noble women? And it was
also fitting that they had selected a
son of a brave Confederate soldier as
the orator of the day, for it is to such
that the future must look for the vin-
dication of the South in that ever
memorable struggle.
Mr. N. M. Allred was then present-
ed to the audience and received with
rapturous applause.
The apology made by Mr. Allred
that owing to legal duties the time he
had hoped to devote to the prepara-
tion of his address was limited to a
few hours and in that time he could
not do himself and the occasion jus-
tice, was scarcely called for from the
fact that the oration was a master-
piece. He spoke for nearly an hour
and held the closest attention of his
,large audience.
SHe introduced his theme by relat-
ling an anecdote of the famous Joe
Wheeler, whose bravery, strategy and
success in the civil war, as well as in
the Spanish-American conflict, are a
part of the glorious history of our
country, and referred to his restless
energy which had so impressed and
thrilled him when in Congress meas-
ures were taken to free Cuba from the
chains of oppression.
SThe speaker could only speak of the
civil war as he had read of it and of
the impressions it had left on his
Mind. He thanked the Daughters for
1the honor conferred on him. The day
is sacred to all who in any way parti-
cipated in the memorable struggle.
Hlow meet and proper to assemble to
honor the memory of him who was
chosen to head the Confederate gov-
erlnmfent. and those who gave their
lives to maintain it. A volume would
not suffice to record even the names
of these who made that struggle ever


S-. -. . glorious, including Jackson. Lee,


Marvel that four years of gigantic war
could be conducted in the face of such


great odds.
Referring to the treatment of pris-
oners of war by the South and the
hue and cry the North had raised;
against it, he cited the correspond-
ence between Prof. Thornton on the
part of the United States, and Alex-
ander Stephens, of the South, in
which the latter plainly showed that'
by an act of the Confederate congress
the South gave to the prisoners taken
by them in war the same rations and'
medical attendance their men re-
ceived in the field. It was not a cas.
of despotism when rations ran short
and medicine failed, but of actual
want, for what the North had in abun-
dance the South, through blockade
and contraband of war, could not sc-,
cure, so that the criticism made was
neither fair nor just. No one can but
regret the terrible results of the war
in suffering, death and destruction.
The heroism and endurance of the
soldiers of the Confederacy has no
parallel in history-so true, so con-!
stant, so unselfish. No such heroism
and nobility ever graced the pages of
history. It is our heritage. Let us
cherish it tenderly, lovingly, and nev-:
er forget the devotion and loyalty of
our Southern men and women.
This is a mere outline of his admi-
rable address and he fairly won the
tumultuous applause that he received.
Mr. Harris. in introducing Judge
Ives, of Lake City, said he and Mr.
Allred had treated their subjects seri-
ously, but even on the field of battle
humorous and laughable things hap-
pened. and to illustrate that feature
of the conflict he presented Judge
Ives, who for half an hour told some
very funny incidents and experiences
that came under his observation.
Judge Ives said war was the result
of words. To show how illy prepared
the Soutn was for war, he referred to
the experience of a lot of enthusiastic
greenhorns who came to Cedar Keys,
and with improvised cannon made out
of logs, a few boats and several old
muskets, went out into the bay and
captured three schooners that were
flying the union jack and were on
their way to New York. The scarcity
of ammunition for their improvised
log cannon may be inferred when
scraps of iron and old steelyards were
taken along as a substitute. Only
one musket was fired and it was the
first Confederate naval victory of the
war. He thought raw recruits fought
as well as disciplined men.
He met several Alabama regiments
going to the front at Shiloh armed
with pikes. To a query as to how
they were going to use them, one re-
plied, "The hook is to catch 'em and
the spear to slay 'em."
The unpreparedness of the South I


was further illustrated in the wasting
by disease of the army at Shiloh.
Thirty thousand men died from April
to August for want of medicines and
proper hospital aid.
He never saw men so determined.
When their first enlistment expired,
the general sentiment was for re-en-
listment, because they had this job
and didn't know where to get another.
He told of a funny dream that al-
most threw Rip Van Winkle into the
shade. A soldier who had, after a for-
ty years' sleep, awakened, inquired
for his brigade, division and corps.
"All gone." "Well, what has become
of the army?" "All dead but six-
teen." "How about the other side?"
"All gone but seventeen, and we are
just now going to charge atid capture
them, and end the war!"
In 1863 he was sent home on sick
furlough. He had in his possession a
good jackknife, and it was the wonder
of the people, they were so scarce,
and with it he became the cobbler for
miles around and won popularity by
mending shoes.
He told of the conscript who could
not understand why they wanted him,
,when he couldn't see an enemy 100
feet away. "Just the man." said Geen.
Finnegan. of Olustee fame. "We
want just such men. The trouble Is.
my men can see the enemy too far."
Speaking of the discharge of ammu-
nition, he said the federal fired from
four to forty shots to the Confeder-
ates one during the war. which ac-
icounted for the fact that at Chicka-
;mauguia out of 114 men in his regi-
ment. only eighteen came out of the
battle.


An Invisible Enemy to Health.


Malaria is an invisible atmospheric poison. The air becomes infec-
ted with the gases and microbes arising from the marshes and low lands,
damp cellars, sewer pipes, badly ventilated houses and decaying vegeta-
ble matter, and we unconsciously inhale them into the lungs, when -
they are taken up by the blood and circulated throughout the system.
Malaria gives no warning of its coming; no immediate effects are
seen, and no violent symptoms appear until the unfortunate sufferer is
completely at the mercy of this hidden foe. This invisible enemy may
be following us night and day, but often the first intimation we have of
its presence is a chilly, creepy sensation running over the body,
sometimes followed by a slight fever, and an always tired, drowsy and
depressed feeling. The blood soon becomes deeply poisoned, thinned
and weakened by the teeming millions of microbes and germs, and an
irregular, slow circulation is the result. This condition of the
blood gives rise to innumerable and serious troubles: torpid liver,
enlargement of the spleen, loss of appetite and feeble digestion, a
pallid or yellow skin, boils, carbuncles, abscesses, indolent ulcers,
Lo-svu, Ky., rch 26th, 192. and pustular and
For several years I suffered with Chills and Fever, scabby skill erp-
caused by Malaria in my system, and each summer for tions of various
severalyear I wouldrelapse. Finally my physician pre- kinds, are common symptoms of malaria.
scribed & S.. In all, I took three bottles, and they Frequently the health becomes so armed
entirely cured me, and I have never been troubled siace. nd such a lifele. c tn msues impaired
I am sure no other medicine could have given me so and such a lieles. condition ensues that the
complete and imwredte relief, and I cannot peak too person loses interest in his surroundings and
highly of s. 8. My partner in busine is now taking faith in all human remedies. Malaria, if
S. S. S. for an eruption of thepkn sad generalrun down allowed to remain in the system, lays the found
condition of system, and e taken but action for other diseases that very often prove
one bottle, already t t sPo fatal or permanently wreck the health.
931 W Markt S I. SHAPOpe.maet
SMalaria can only be worked out of the
system through the blood, and a remedy that can destroy the germs and microbes and
neutralize the bad effects of the poison offers the only hope of a cure, and the only medicine
that can accomplish this is S. S. S., which not only purges the blood of all morbid, n'healthy
matter, but keeps it pure and healthy. It searches out and destroys every trace of Malarial
poison, and keeps the blood in such a vigorous condition that poisonous matters of no kind
are allowed to accumulate, but are promptly expelled from the system.
During the spring is an opportune time to begin the fight against this invisible enemy,
for the hot, su try summer days will cause the genus to multiply and still further impov.
erish the blood and weaken the constitution, and now more than ever the Malaria suferer
needs a good blood purifier and bracing tonic.
A course of S. S. S. at this particular -"asnn will
relieve you of Malaria and its attendant evils, reinforce
and build up the system, purify and strengthen the slug-
gish blood and quicken the circulation, when the appetite
and digestion improve and all the vital powers rapidly
recuperate under the invigorating tonic influence o this
great vegetable remedy. Its freedom from all minerals makes it the ideal remedy in all
Malarial troubles and perfectly adapted to the most delicate constitutions.
If you have any symptoms of Malarial poison, write us about it, and our Physicians will
take up your case and advise you without charge. Book on Blood and Skin Diseases, free.


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OCALA OCCURRENCES

Fred 0. B. Welhe is in Jacksonville.

Pencil Tablets just received. Ocala
News Co.

J. M. Dell, of Gainesville, was at the
Ocala House yesterday.

Corned Beef, In .kegs, fresh and
ine, 12%c. per lb. S. R. Pyles.

Mrs. G. W. Wells and children are
spending a few days at Dunnellon.

Creamery Butter, the finest to be
had. Always fresh and sweet. S. R.
Pyles.

E. E. Bogart has associated himself
with Mr. DeLong in tie Insurance
business.

No good health unless the kidneys
are sound. Foley's Kidney Cure
makes the t.

C. L. ittinger ef last night for his
old hoe In Pnus vania* to spend
two or ree wee s with latives.

One of the articles on the
confectionery market just now is
"It" You'll find It at Taylor's.

The Star regrets to learn of the -
vere illness of that large bodied d
large hearted, good citizen, Mr. J. J.
Pyles.

Mrs. P. W. Spellman and Mrs. C r-
rie Arms are prepared to take a f
day boarders at 21 Dougherty street
i, 3 2wd
There were twenty-six arrivals at
the Montezuma yesterday, and twen-
ty-five the day before.

The latest spring styles of headgear
for ladles at Mrs. Hick's millinery es-
tabllsbment.
E. L. Wartmann, of Citra, was in
town last evening.

Are you going to buy wall paper?
Nee me anj save money. J. S. Stern-
berger. No. 80 Montezuma Block.
There were twenty-five arrivals at
the Ocala House yesterday.

Pull line of the Town Topics Co.'s
copyright 25 cent novels just received.
Ocala News Co.

P. W. Ellison, of Anthony, was in
the city today.

E. C. Smith, Funeral Director and
Embalmer. Day phone, No. 10. Night
and Sunday, No. 94. Ocala, Fla.


Mrs. Hannah Rawls, of
ville, is visiting her son, S.
of the Florida Naval Stores


Free trip
the lucky
Ocala News


Jackson-
A. Rawls,
Co.


to New York, if you are
one. Ask for coupons.
Co.


Marshal Cleveland shot a dog on
the streets this morning that was sick
and acting queerly.

We have had to increase our order
for the New York Evening Telegram
to meet the demand. Subscribe now.
One cent per copy, fourteen pages
daily. Ocala News Co.

Mrs. Annie Martin and daughter,
Miss Lavalette, went to Levon yester-
day and returned in the evening.

On the first indication of kidney
trouble, stop it by taking Foley's Kid-
ney Cure. Sold by the Postoffice
Drugstore.

G. W. Taylor, of Rock Springs, is
In town.

Go to J. A. Pittman & Son for re-
frigerators, water coolers, ice cream
freezers and ice crackers. They have
a lot of them and are selling all cheap.
6t d Itw 5 15 03

E. O. Mitchell. of the Montezuma
Hotel, is on the sick list.

Passe Partoute, several colors, also
hangers for pictures, drawing pencils,
lithographing pens, drawing paper,
etc. Ocala News Co.

Club House arrivals: S. F. Rou.
Lowell; T. J. Park. Reddick; J. L.
Hofbinder. Ocala; S. Krasinoff. South
Carolina; Z. Z. Rfrmbfk, X. X. Gwmz.
Jacksonville; T. A. Taggart, James
Richardson. Robert Mountain. Hish


WEATHER FORECAST
Washington, D. C., June 5.-Partly
cloudy tonight and Saturday.

DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
By local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf-
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin-
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a rum-
bling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, Deafness is
the result, and unless the inflamma-
tion can be taken out and this tube
restored to its normal condition, hear-
ing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by Ca-
tarrh. which is nothing but an in-
flamed condition of the mucous sur-
faces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
lars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
~-- ----
Miss Johnnie Liddon leaves tidaght
tfor Augusta, Ga., where she will .be
maid of honor at the marriage of hbr
cousin, Miss Clarice larksdale, on th4
10th, which event lt-4 one of the
most important soal functions of the
season, as the bridis a great society
favorite throughout Georgia. Miss
Johnnie will return o Starke, Fla., In
time to be maid bf honor at the mar-
riage of another cousin, Miss Lula]
Liddon, to Mr. Mavo, on June 24. /

SCOOL ANUUW CEMENT
Miss Sharpe announces that her
school will reopen Monday, October
5, 1903. Departments as usual. For
particulars address Miss Annie M.
Sharpe, Ocala, Fla. d lw.

Dr. W. C. Lindsay, the talented pas-
tor of the Presbyterian church. is
proving himself a genuine artist, in
evidence of which see his illustrated
handbills announcing Dr. Yerger's lec-
ture on "Matrimony" at the opera
house tonight.

ADJUSTABLE SHADE HANGERS
Every housewife needs them. To
see them is to buy them. Only 15
cents apiece, Call at J. A. Pittman
& Son's. 5 23

Robert Fosnot, of Lake Weir, is vis-
iting Frank Gates.

CREAMERY BUTTER
The Carmichael & Son Co. keep
constantly on hand, receiving a fresh
supply every two days, delicious, pure
Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per
pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 87.

Walter Hawkins, oT Jacksonville,
Florida agent for the Central of Geor-
gia Railway, was in town today, look-
ing after melon shipments.

Fine Art Toilet Soap, highly per-
fumed, three for 25 cents, at the An-
ti-Monopoly Drugstore.

W. O. Massey and M. E. Robinson
had a wordy conflict this afternoon in
front of Taylor's over some repairs on
Mr. Massey's residence, which Mr.
Robinson is renting. From words
they came to blows, but were separat-
ed and no harm done.


Subscribe for
ning Telegram.
Ocala News Co.


R. R. Sessons
Holder, were at
terday.


the New York
Only 1 cent per


Eve-
day.


and H. F. Duval, of
the Montezuma yes-


WANTED


At once, a woman
Chaphe, Dressmaker,
street, Ocala, Fla.


to soev. Mrs.
No. 16 Watula
5 29 lwpd


B. E. Raysor is confined to the
house with a very lame foot. He has
been crippled for a week, but is keep-
ing in close touch with the market
and his melon and cantaloupe ship-
ments.
WN

Prof'ssional Cards

R. D. FULLER,

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Office Over Munroe and Chambliss'


OCALA PRESSING CLUB
Phone No* 12.

STRUCK BY LIGHTNING
Word comes from Umatilla and Al-
toona that on Tuesday quite a hail
storm visited these places. During
the continuance of the same Dr.
Sheavers' barn was struck by light-
ning and a horse inside was killed.
SAVE YOUR COUPONS
Remember to save your coupons.
One given with every 50 cent cash
purchase. Some one from Ocala will
get a free two weeks' trip to New
York. It may be you. It cost
nothing when you want something in
our line. Ocala News Co.

IRVINE PICNIC
The people of Irvine will give a pic-
nic June 17th. All are cordially in-
vited. Bring full baskets. It is ex-
pected to have the candidates for gov-
ernor present.

Hon. Syd L. Carter, of Gainesville,
was in the city Wednesday to inter-
view J, F. Edwards, of the Ocala
House, about taking legal action in
Alachua toward restraining the
"drys" from putting out the saloons./

The Star has received a renewal f
subscription from Mrs. Lillian Colby,
f Meredith, N. H, She is well known
in Ocala and has many friends here
having formerly resided here, Bu
since we beard from this esteem d
Slady she has changed her name fr m
Colby to Brown, This will be a sqr-
prise to her many friends in Ocat,
who will unite in wishing her joy,

Mr. J. C. French, wife, Mrs. Sears
and Miss Edna Freeman, Mr. and Mrs.
French's grandchild, of Spring Park,
leave tomorrow for Worcester, Mass.,
to spend the summer. They leave via
the Ocean Steamship Co., Savannah.
We wish them a safe and pleasant
Journey.

PROMINENT REPUBLICANS
There was a meeting in Ocala yes,
terday of the republican state central
committee and most of the best
known republican leaders of the state
were present. Those whose names we
learned were Hon. E. R. Gunby, of
Tampa, Hon. W. G. Robinson, of
Gainesville, Col. John P. Horr, of Key
West, Col. Fred Cubberley, of Cedar
Keys, Hon. H. S. Chubb, of Gaines-
ville, and Col. J. M. Cheney, of Or-
lando,

TOMATOES WANTED
I am now ready for tomatoes; want
lots of them. We have a thoroughly
equipped factory. Want good fruit.
Best cash price paid. H. A. Fausett,
West Exposition Street, Ocala, Fla.


*. S. Sternberge's

* Coltm * *.

FOR RENT-HOUSES

WANTED TO RENT--Small fur-
nished house for summer.
J. Starr Sternberger.
*


FOR RENT Desirable resi-
dence; 7 rooms and bath; on South
Third Street; good location. Ap-
ply to J. Starr Sternberger.

FOR RENT-7-room house in
first ward, lately vacated by Mrs.
Kingman. Apply to J. Starr
Sternberger.

FOR RENT-The handsome
cottage, corner Third and Pine;
large grounds; in good repair; elec-
tric lights; hot and cold water;
bath and toilet in the house-the


handsomest cottage in Ocala.
ply to J. Starr Sternberger.


Ap-


FOR RENT-5-room house on
North Main Street. Apply to J.
Starr Sternberger.

FOR RENT-Several 2, 3 and
4-room cottages. Apply to J.
Starr Sternberger.


CO1DIAL THANKS
The Daughters of the Confederacy
hereby tender cordial thanks to the
speakers, the Ocala Rifles, to Mrs.
Booe for use of rooms, to Mr. Pittman
for the loan of chairs, to Mrs. Koonce,
Mrs. Edwards, Messrs. Hlogan, Bittin-
ger, Barco and others for contribu-
tions, and to every one who in any
way assisted to make the dinner to
the old Cenfederate veterans and the
memorial ceremonies of June 3 a suc-
cess. Mrs. F. R. Gary,
President Dickison Chapter, U. D. C.


MEETING POSTPONED


The protracted meeting that was to
have been commenced at the Chris-
tian church Sunday under the leader-
ship of Dr. Moore, of Atlanta, has
been postponed until fall, on account
of the absence of the pastor.

Men, a word of advice to you. Be
sure to have your wives and sweet-
hearts hear Dr. Yerger's lecture on
"'Matrimony" at the opera house this
evening. Twenty-five cents. Tickets
at Postofllce Drugstore,
--
wr.'" Iair S. Bernayd and her little
rn, Marean, after a pleasant visit
six weeks to Mr Bernard's parent,
Dr. and Mrs. W. Marean, and other
friends in Ocalleparted for thel
home in pensaco this morning.
\-- -- --- .-
The trade closed, the papers hae
finally been passed in the sale of th
Bell residnce~to Dr.-, H. Blitch. J.
H. Bell, for the family, has bought the
residence in the irsy ward from W. J.
Chambers. /

HaippjHoottgan-woh't be in it be-
side the people who hear Dr. Yerger's
lecture on "Matrimony" this evening
at the opera house. Fun by the hour.
25c. Tickets Postoffce Drugstore.

O. B. Howse, who has been looking
after his cattle in South Florida, is in
the vicinity of Kissimmee.

C4. At M a Cm- A -- .
a a40 Thie KIlial You Ha" 'two


Miss Hattye Mae Porter, voice
teacher at the Central College, left on
Friday for her home in Ocala, Fla.
She will leave there the first of July
to go to New York to take a course in
voice with one of the best teachers In
the country, an assistant of the fa-
mous Lamperti. Miss Porter has
made a multitude of friends in Tusca-
loosa, being admired both for her
beautiful voice and her lovely self,
and it Is a great pleasure to know she
is to return to Tuscaloosa in the fall.
-Tuscaloosa Times-Gazette.

Rev. D. E. Hanna, of the Christian
church, has been called to Cincinnati
on business.

TAX ON BABIES
Extreme hot weather is a great tax
upon the digestive power of babies;
when puny and feeble they should be
given a few doses of White's Cream
Vermifuge, the children's tonic. It
will stimulate and facilitate the diges-
tion of their food, so that they soon
become strong, healthy and active.
25c. at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.


H. A. Carter, of Jacksonville, Flor-
ida traveling representative for the
McMillan Bros.' copper works, of
Jacksonville, has been in and about
Ocala for the past week calling on the
naval stores operators. The business
of this county has grown to such an
extent that they may be compelled to
establish a branch office and supply
house here, and keep Mr. Carter in
Ocala constantly. He will be here for
a few days yet.

INTERESTING TO
ASTHMA SUFFERERS


Daniel
writes, "I


Bante, of
have had


Otterville, Iowa,
asthma for three


or four years and have tried about all
the cough and asthma cures in the
market and have received treatment
from physicians in New York and oth-
er cities, but got very little benefit un-
til I tried Foley's Honey and Tar
which gave m immediate relief and I
will never be without it in my house.


i sincerely recommend it to all."
'by the Postoffice Drugstore.


Sold


Mrs. Booe, of the Montezuma, only
learned yesterday that her mother
and sister, who lived in Gainesville,
Ga., were safe, though their home in
town wna nrpttv hadlv wrpokpd and


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MRS. HELENA BLAV,
Young Milwaukee Society' Woman.

IEN thousand cared The woman who has suf-
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OR. MOPPETT'S rs Chaln-ifain
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EAST FLORIDA SEMINARY

(Concluded from First Page)

nies A and B, under their respective
captains, had their prize drills, con-
sisting of poles, dumb bells and free
arm movements in mront or the young
men's barracks on tie beautiful green
campus. The judges for this drill
were three of the finest young ladies
in town and after careful and particu-
lar attention the judges decided that
Company B was the winner. The
captain of the company, Miss Susie
Hunter, of Hawthorne, is one of the
finest drilled young ladies in school.
After all was over we received a
rare treat from Major W. L. Floyd
and wife, after which the captain of
Company B marched her company
down town to Miller & Avera's, where,
with the assistance of Mr. M. M. John-
son and Mr. Canova, two of the dis-
tinguished cadets of the Seminary,
she gave them another treat, after
which they marched back to the bar-
racks and each one then went on her
way home, rejoicing and feeling hap-
py over the grand and glorious vic-
tory.
On Monday evening promptly at
8:30 the various members of the soph-
omore class delivered their orations in
a most excellent way. Schubert's or-
chestra gave music between each ora-
tion. There were six speakers and
all did well without any exception.
These exercises were highly enjoyed
by all. The sophomores are a bright
class and in two more short years of
school will be brilliant graduates.
On Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock
on the campus of the Seminary, the
two companies A and B of young men,
attired in military costume and
"armed with the guns of war," per-
formed their prize drill in a beautiful
and soldier-like manner. After drill-
ing for two hours Mr. Henry E. Sher-
fey, of Indiana, a young man of noble
and excellent character and one of the
finest drilled men in his company.
won the prize, a lovely silver cup
lined with gold, given to him by the
commissioned officers of the company
as a prize for coming out last in the
field. I want to say Mr. Sherfey is a
Company B man. The captain of this
company, after a brilliant speech by
Captain Lynch, was also presented
with a silk flag of the stars and
stripes, which he most graciously
gave to and left in charge of his cor-
poral, Trueheart Bodiford. It is need-
less for me to say more of this Com-
pany B, for how could they help but


win with such a fine captain
Herzog. "Company B is all
both girls and boys.
But dropping the question
I will say the next exercise
orations of the junior class
Tuesday evening at 8:30 six


as Alva
right"-

of drill
was the
and on
of them


in number and with a full audience
were listened to with much pleasure,
Sas they were delivered in an excellent
way. Sch'uberf's orchestra rendered
sweet music between the orations.
s Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock
promptly the commercial and steno-
graphic graduates marched up on the
stage under the sweet strains of mu-
sic.- There were thirteen graduates.
SAfter listening for a while to a most
r excellent address by Col. W. F.
SHimes and a few selections rendered
by the orchestra, Prof. Edward Stu-
ber, our teacher of stenography, pre-
sented the class of graduates with the
diplomas for which they had so faith-
fully and earnestly worked. After re-
ceiving the diplomas, the class was
honored with a few words by Prof. J.
H. Brinson on the welfare of the
clash, followed by Supt. J. M. Guil-
liams, who wished one and all of the
graduates success and happiness
throughout their careers.
"Wednesday evening at 7:45 the se-
nior graduating class delivered their
orations before a crowded house.
There were five graduates, four young
ladies and one young man.
I Want to say a few more words and
then will close for fear of the waste
basket, but this is my first attempt at
a write-up for a paper, so I am trying
to do the best I know how.
Now, as I did not have the pleasure
of remaining over to these exercises
I guess I will not attempt to say any
more, for I know I could not do jus-
tice. But these last name exercises
closed the wonderful and never to be

forgotten school days at the East
Seminary until next September.
I have been going to the East Flor-
ida Seminary for the past eight
months and I do not think I have ever
come in contact with a better faculty
and finer crowd of girls in my life.
There were forty-five girls in the
young ladies' dormitory and under the
careful management of Miss Ruby
Rose they were noted for their good.


We Know What
Is going to happen to the little boy who
is stuffing himself with green apples. A
grown man couldn't be induced to try
that experiment; and yet the grown man
will overload himself with indigestible
food for which he will pay a greater
penalty than colic. It is this careless
and thoughtless eating which is the be-
ginning of stomach trouble and all its
painful consequences.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov-
ery cures dyspepsia and other forms of
"stomach trouble." It restores the weak
and run-down man or woman to sound
health.
aSome time has etaped since I have written
you in regard to the treatment I have been
taking under your instructions,"says Mr. P.
Cingmars. of Minneapolis, Minn. "When art
I commenced taking your remedies I was under
treatment of a well-known specialist in thiscity
(and had been for four months), for catarrh,
and especially stomach trouble, and I was
rapidly getting worse. Got so bad that I could
not eat anything that did not distress me
terribly, and I was obliged to quit taking the
doctor's treatment entirely. I was rely re-
duced id flesh. As a last
resort I wrote to you
and stated my case, and.
after receiving your i
structions I followed
them closely. After
taking five bottles of Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery and one vial
of his' pleasant Pellets
I comunjuced to improve,
and decided to continue
the medicines and ob-
erve your instructions
regarding hygienic treat-
ment. It is now nearly
six months since I com-
menced your treatment
and I can say that I am
well and never felt better
in my life. Am very
grateful to you for what
mour medicine has done
or me."
Dr. Pierce's
Pellets cure
biliousness and
sick headache.


We defy the world to produce a
medicine for the cure of all forms of
Kidney and Bladder troubles, and all
diseases peculiar to women, that will
equal Smith's Sure Kidney Cure.
Ninety-eight per cent. of the cases
treated with Smith's Sure Kidney
Cure that have core under our ob-
servation have been cured. We sell
our medicine on a positive guarantee,
if directions are followed, and money
will be refunded if cure is not effect-
ed.
Price 50 cents and $1. For sale by
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

SEABOARD
AIR LINE RAILWAY
SPECIAL RATES
$17.70-ASHEVILLE, N. C., and re-
turn, account National Dental Asso-
ciation. Tickets will be on sale
July 22, 23, 26 and 27, limited re-
turning to August 2, 1903.
$8.45-SAVANNAH, GA., and return,
on account of Wesley Bi-Centennial.
Tickets will be on sale June 23, 24
and 25, limited returning to June 30,
1903.
$19.30-NASHVILLE. TENN., on ac-
count Peabody College Summer
Schools. Tickets will be on sale
May 31, June 1, 2, 19, 20, 21, July 3,
4, 5, limited fifteen days from date
of sale. Extension may be obtained
by depositing ticket and complying
with rules governing same.
$17.70-ASHEVILLE, N. C., and re-
turn on account of American So-
ciety of Civil Engineers. Tickets
will be on sale June 6, 7 and 8, lim-
ited returning to June 15, 1903.
$18.25-MONTEAGLE, TENN., and
return on account Monteagle Bible
School. Tickets will be on sale
June 30 to July 2, inclusive, and
July 22, 23 and 24, limited returning
to August 31, 1903.
$28.55-ST LOUIS, MO., and return
on account of Saengerfest of North
American Saengerbund. Tickets
will be on sale June 16 and 17, with
final limit June 25, 1903.
John Dozier, W. W. Condon,


Agent


City Ticket Agent
Ocala, Fla.


CASTOR IA


Colored Folks Colmn

Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor

The following Baptist divines were
in the city yesterday attending the
State Mission Board of the Baptist
General Convention: Revs. J. B. Han-
kerson of Tallahassee, F. Danzy of
Archer, F. H. Faulks of Tampa, P. R.
James of St. Petersburg. J. W. Posey
of Gainesville, F. W. Lancaster of Fer-
nandina, and L. N. Robinson, of Pa-
latka.
Just married one week yesterday
and cannot give the editor one half
sheet of writing paper. Why? Ans.
-"Because it takes all I can rake and
scrape to feed my wife." Next door
to Chinese Laundry.
By invitation B. F. Hartwell. Levi
Alexander, Jr., and Ed Chandler were
entertained at the home of T. L. Mc-
Coy. Music was furnished by Miss
Ida. A brief outline of school life was
rehearsed, refreshments were served
and everything passed off pleasantly.
If any one desires to know the
depth of Orange Lake, ask Sol Aytch.
He tried to measure it Monday. He
fell overboard.
Rev. J. A. Quarterman returned
from Atlanta, Ga., this morning, where
he has been attending the Education-
al Commission of the A. M. E. church.
The Edward Waters College of Jack-
sonville is safe and on a firm basis.


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Skin Oisease.
Swellings, Carbunclel, Pimples, S efM
Permanently cored bly alkbng e Ilod Bam,
deroys the active Poeoa l to blood. I p a s
aches and pai a b as kak ad Julo IkSM
Scabby Skin, Blood feels hot or thMn. BwroeUn
Rlins and Bumps on oU mSkta, Moums trm Ih
Mouth, Sore Throat, Plaplem, or offnd -shn.m
Copper-Colored Sts or ruah o S tkis aU mad4 a,
nerves, t'cers on any part o the body, a r ey
brow talmang oU. Carbmde or B take'
Botanic Blood Balm, puaraInm
tor eu e n the wo anads MA eM.d. Mr whims
doctor, patent meie aad abei apaIL. nil
all area stop alaches and iplm emss6 auwe
makes blood pare and itch, e altel eMaMft
ensure body Into a dleana heayy rm a. &3
haa cored tbo unad of aeM Blood 210 mfPeu aft
reaching the last MaMs.
Old Rahe-ma-iU, Catar-, -lemm
are eaed by a awful plmd eamiUa of thM
Blood. aaB. op awkfa i aame staU ItcN
and Scratching, Ahes am Mad PRa emwe am MMIab m
Catarrh: heals all Sabe, Seales, Eptlous, Watery
Ba ers tor l t oelferins aos of Emamo ; by gtvln a
pe, healthy blood pply to affected part
Cancer Cured
Dotanic Blood Balm Cae Caocen es a Elatd,
sup unrattn Swellims, Eati Soees, Tumors, uly
'leer. It kils the Cancer Puiloa and eals Ct!a mse
or wort cancer pefertly. If you hav a pemmub
Pimple, Want, BwellUnds, Shbeet o StaIf .Pim
take Blood Ralm and they will dIappear l. m y


Isaiah Bellinger got his hand se- O a. "'Pa S 6m,
of ca red by tasrg Botanic Bloe Bali
merely mashed yesterday. It is very o UAa.
painful. b. oae as.
Miss F. P. Gadson is spending a few t|
days at Lake Weir with Mrs. Jamie- r t* mr
Lr b re-
son.
Mrs. W. O. Bartley is seriously ill
today. Botane Blood Balm ( L.3tl
tleaatoanwiaftftotajke y
Ceuom d mit to tfL. al n ,
Charles Shavers, U. S. deputy in- Uomoleak kldno nota Insta ki
spector of customs of Key West, is in m pl Sdire o e Sth S
the city. Wii Bioed i co., c allo l serhe
Miss Pauline Clark is the guest of aw. ao sint L aalet letter.
Miss Rosa V. Sable during this week. For sale by the
Sol Aytch, who works for the enter- Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, a.
prising market man, W. L. Jones, was
grinding force meat yesterday morn- I I A
ing and came very near losing five
fingers. The mill kept on rolling and KIDNEY DISEASE
Sol kept on nodding, until the pain"
awoke him. This came from keeping It~ th m fatrl d a dbl
late hours, but he awoke without be-
ing called.
The Ocala Cornet Band gave a very IE
fine entertainment at the Marshall
Park last evening. Quite a number LE 'S i
were present and a handsome amount
was realized from refreshments. An- duid Co thtuiW
other will be given Monday night on ~me a& b nt
a large scale. Will you be there?
Messrs. Casminski, R. Wilson and n l
Jake Thomas returned late last eve- lKidny and Wa ta
ning from Silver Springs, where they PR=IG l a $fM
had a fine fish fry and other good Postofice Drugstore, Ocala, la.
things too numerous to mention.
Mrs. I. J. Simmons, on South A GOOD OPPORTUNITY
Magnolia street, informs the public
that she is ready to do all kinds of Means a success In business and
work in the dress making Bepartment means a success In life, and It all
in the very latest styles. Satisfaction ten es us to know a good thing when
guaranteed. we see it. Have your clothes leaned
and pressed in first class style at a
Ike Tompkins realized sixty-one dol- ands nabl 1ed ;e t f you bought a
lars on the Orange Lake excursion. pri o summer uit hy not av
Don't forget that the outing to Loch- us to dye it s nd make it a first class
loosa via S. A. L. takes place next winter suit, as we use the best dyes
Thursday, June 11. Rates from 'n"d sele dyes in the Southern states.
Ocala, 50 and 25 cents. EDye In all shades, as you can get any-
Ocala, 50 and 25 cents.,---et


SL. Green, the Lightning Shaver.
Call and try his razor and you will not
go anywhere else. Shave, 10c.; hair-
cut, 25c.; honing razor, 25c.; concave
razor, 75c. All work first class. West
Broadway, two doors ',elow Benus'
Bakery.
Rev. W. A. Wilkerson, of Fleming-
ton, was in the city yesterday.
Quite an interest is being manifest-
ed in Prof. Jordan's exhibition Mon-
day night at Howard Academy. Such
a thing of its kind has never been
held in Ocala by a man of color. Bills
can be found in the most prominent
places in the city. Price of admis-
sion, 10 cents for all.
*The Magnolia Restaurant, corner
of Magnolia and Market streets, is
open at all hours and can furnish
meals and lunches at reasonable rates.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ruth, Managers.
Lochloosa excursion is the pass-
word now. It comes from Tampa, Or-
lando and Cedar Keys. The excur-
sion from Gainesville, Ga., last Mon-
day was a God-send to many of the
people.
*Excellent board and comfortable
lodging at reasonable rates at the
Mack House. Mrs. Melissa Mack, Pro-
prietress.
Mrs. Mary Story, the mother-in-law
of Rev. R. S. Quarterman, leaves for
Gainesville today.
J. E. Sharperson has reopened his
shoe shop, a few doors west of Benus'
Bakery, and stands prepared to do all
kinds of repairing at reasonable rates.
We will publish some important


wnhre else In the world. New York
Steam Dye Works. 63 South Main 8.,
Ocala, Fla., next door to Ocala Steam
Laundry.

WANTED-Buyer fwr three new
goats in the city pound. Sale next
Wednesday. Those desiring a kid
will please take notice and see that
no second hand values attach to tbhi
property.


L ALEXA UNDER
Practical
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all contract
work. Given more and better work for
the money than any other man nl
town.

i. A. COLYER & BROTHER
SUITS FROM EIGHT DOLLARS UP
Material Unequaled for the Price
CLEANING, DYEING AND REPAIR-
ING NEATLY DONE
Spring Srmples in Great Variety for
Inspection
BEST SUITS FOR THE MONEY IN
TOWN

Our $8 Suits Are a Ten-Strike
NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET
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Volume 8, Number 305 OCALA FLORIDA, FRIDAY JUNE 5, J903 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year


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Jahring's "Pride of the Sea" TWO GOOD BILLS Excursion Rates OUR COUNTY SOLONSOfficial I THE CLUB HOUSE


Mackerel in 5-lb Tins;; A J I
Report of the June Meeting of
Stock. That Got Through the Legislature in ON .A...
I the Board of Commissioners _
the Last Days of the Session .

\ Korn Krisp. : Straw Hats i I I Ocala, Fla., June 1, 1903. Opposite Court House

(Tampa Tribune) The Board of County Commissioners Ocala, Fla.
Korn Kins.Shredded .
Tallahassee, June 4.-The measure met this day in regular session. a
ARE STILL IN EFFECTWE -
Codfish. introduced by Bullock in the Houseto I Present-H. W. Long, chairman,

prevent the seining or trapping offish
and Commissioners E. L. Wartmann,
Pure in the fresh water lakes of the HAVE BEEN PLEASED THAT MANY HAVE RESPONDEDTO Cuisine First Class, .
Apple Butter. II F. S. Lucius, N. A. Fort and J. L. Ed
state was passed by the Senate this wards.

morning, and will receive the approval OUR RECENT LOW PRICE STRAW HAT ANNOUNCEMENT, Rates ReasonableRtfoinishtd
Condensed Mince Meat. Minutes of last' meeting were read
of the governor.A .
BUT FOR THE BENEFIT OF THOSE WHO HAVE NOT YET I and approved.
bill in the interest of the public
Sour and Sweet Mix Pickles I Mr. Edwin Spencer appeared in be- l Throughout
highways of the state, originating in BOUGHT WE WILL STATE THAT THE COST PRICE OK ANY half of Mr. C. C. Driggers and requested -
the Senate, received the unanimous
the Board of County Commissioners -
endorsement of the House this morn- HAT IN THE ENTIRE LINE STILL HOLDS GOOD.
T-Pot GoceyT. to give them an order for the Special Rates by Week ot
Ing.It seine heretofore confiscated by the
provides that all moneys now in

I the Interest improvement funds and The Assortment! is Still First Class claimed game warden no jurisdiction and sold.in The the matter board Month.MRS. .

all moneys derived from the sale of
and declined to act.
swamp or overflowed lands be apportioned THOS. J. BARNES, Prop
Mr. J. N. Marshall was motion

t proportion among to the their various taxable counties valuationof in THE W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE GO, appointed Candler.mark and brand upon inspectorfor "

property to be used in constructinghard 9
assessment this
on property to $250on
Mr. C. H. Hargreaves appeared be-
surfaced roads and highways.The SECOND DOOR FROM CORNER, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. fore the board and asked a reductionon 1903 books and that was the cash

general appropriation bill has his personal taxes from $4800 to price paid for it and $400 was considered -

passed both houses, after having had a fair price for it to this time
W. Troxler Agent for Huyler'sCandy. $2200 and the tax assessor having recommended up
$203,000 chopped off by the House. and refused to
Received recommend a rebate.
Fresh
Shipments 50 Cents On a Dollar ing to care for over a thousand memo the reduction, the same F
Educational interests however did
Weekly. Said application was thereupon re
WALL PAPERJ. bers in this division. was granted.
not fare badly, having received about fused by the board.
Starr Sternberger. State of Florida, Treasurer's Office, Application of Mr. Brown asking reduction -
15 per cent. of the total amount asked The following resolution was there
Tallahassee, Fla., Jan. 14, 1903. on assessment for 1902 taxes
HOSPITAL for by them.
HELP THE upon adopted:
s The Peninsular Industrial Insurance was referred to the assessor.
Ocala, Fla., June 1903. We, the Board of County Commis-
Company of Jacksonville, Fla., haying Mr. Robert Holly appeared before
"We wish to call the attention of To All Whom This May Concern: sioners, have visited the county con-
complied with the of the board and asked why there was
housekeepers to oar line of fine Flavoring KALOLA This is to certify that the Peninsula requirements vict camp, ,at which point our good
no road overseer in Districts 11 and
the laws of the state of Florida rela-
Extracts which are first classin Industrial; Insurance Company (Ocala roads machinery is at work in chargeof
12 and known the northern division
tive to insurance as
companies doing
every respect, and absolutely full CRYSTALLIZED MINERAL WATER Branch), under the management of E. Mr. William Lucius made a thor
of Commissioner Fort's district
business in the state'and having paid
strength. NATURE'S NATURAL REMEDYA N. DeLong, Superintendent is one of ough examination of same and we
the license tax required by law, the ,No. 4.Mr.,
10 cent of the purchase the most successful and business-like deem it
We give per comb'nat'on of containing a privilege to express our
crystals -
said company is hereby authorized to I W. H. Webb appeared before
price to any charitable organizationand organizations of its kind in the South, I gratification and satisfaction with the
the medicinal jtroperties of four
; transact business in this state. the board and asked the board to
you will find a coupon attached to noted mineral springs. Cures Consti- having promptly met all its bills, paid SignedJames B. Whitfield, ommend to the comptroller a rec-I manner in which all things are work
its sick and death benefits, and has
each bottle. ing and cordially invite the citizens of
pation, Indigestion Stomach, Kidney
State Treasurer. tion for the purchase of certain certificates -
Our idea in taking this method to Liver and Bladder troubles. given entire satisfaction both to the upon which he desired to obtain Marion county to visit the same. _

introduce these goods is to help the relatives of its deceased membersand I Bonds to carry firearms were received .;
':'Take KALOLA six days and. eat tax deed. The said application was
Marlon County Hospital. However anything you want." the undertaker. The manager, HELLO, PHONE 12 I, refused. and laid over until next meet- >-

these coupons are made payable to Mr. DeLong, and his associate, Mr. E. ing as follows: ;,
in
A dissolved
teaspoonful a glassof The petition filed at last meeting of
"any charitable organization" and it water makes a delightful and inex- E. Bogart, are to be highly commended Ocala Pressing Club. We do all the board of Mr. McLeod's was laid i Claude Davis, with W. R. Brown _:.

rests entirely with the purchaser as laxative. for the healthy growth and pros- pressing and dry cleaning. Ladles' and J. A. Murrell as sureties; C. M.
pensive morning over until the meeting in July next.
to where the coupon goes. Price 50c. and perous condition of the company have skirts a specialty. d tf 65r I Jones, wit h W. J. Waters and C. M.
$1. Mr. H. W. Long thereupon made his
The price of the extracts is 15 Rush, sureties; T. C. Fergerson withD.
For sale at sent ,
drugstores or by report for the poor farm, showing expenses -
cents per bottle of One FULL Ounce B. Kibler and .1. W. Castel as sureties
mail, postage prepaid, upon receipt of $107.69; credit, $1.40; total,
and this quantity will go as far as price. KALOLA COMPANY, $106.29. ; M. L. Ferguson, with D. B. KIb-

some of the 25 cent bottles of so- Savannah Ga. ler and W. J. Mixson as sureties; G.
6 3 d3m The committee heretofore appointed -
called "full R. McCIendon, with C. A. Tremereand
strength"extracts.Four i with reference to flat at Sharpe'sFerry
flavors -Lemon Vanilla, r ( I Thomas A. Mitchell, sureties.
SEMINARY TTTP BAT''T' i made their report and stated
FLORIDA
Strawberry and Pineapple. EAST Mr. E. P. Thagard tax collector, reported -
I that the flat was ready. Upon motionit
THE POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE collection of $269 on accountof
Exercises of Commencement Week was ordered that a warrant be poll taxes and $10.30 on account of
drawn in favor of the contractors, L.
May 21 to 27 licenses. ....
llllj ftftjii. A. Griggs and George Pendarvis, for
J Justices of the peace reported,-fines
On the 21st of May, 1903, at 8 p. m., $70, to be turned over to the commit.
Imposed in their courts as follows:
the pupils of Miss Truss Denby had tee as soon as flat was received.
B. F. iiouchillon, $5; J. W. Coulter,
their concert in the spacious and The board thereupon-adjourned until -
$5; J. M. Barksdale, $55; M. H. Rou
beautifully decorated academic auditorium Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock.
$50; .G. G. Mathews $266; J. 0 Tur-
of the East Florida Seminary.The The Store With the Vetfow Front
nipseed, $350; C. C. Priest $25.
many pupils performed their. Tuesday June 2, 1903.
The following justices reported no
parts in a most graceful manner. The
Board met pursuant to adjourn
I fines imposed in their courts: W. W.

program was excellent and was carried I ment. All members present. Jackson, D. L. Grantham, J. W. Lyles, ,'-
out with grand success. Mrs. Upon motion it was ordered that a
r J. N. Shedd C. J. L. Moody Alex. :;
Denby is a beautiful and talented musician settlement be recommended to the Wynne and E. S. Smith.
I l and her pupils have the
very comptroller to allow the redemptionfrom
T. E. Pasteur, county treasurer, reported -
7 1 t best of musical training. The num- tax sales on lot"6 and west two- receipts, disbursements and

ber of pupils enrolled is from forty- thirds of lot 7, S. W. Teague's resurvey balances as follows: '>

five to fifty. It is needless for me to i of lots 54 and 59, Caldwell's addition County Road: Balance last report, )

lam.All say more, as it would take a volumeto to Ocala, at a valuation of $300. $3.20; receipts, $4386.64-$4389.84.

do justice to the subject for music I II The notary bond ofV.. J. Folks, Disbursed, $2190. Balance, $2199.84. ::'

Flavors is _the most beautiful and grandest I I with C. H. Hargreaves and J. K. Mix- County Proper: Balance last re .

that have earned popularity, thing in nature. I son, sureties, was approved. port, .52; receipts, $2203.62-$2204.14. z
On Friday evening, May 22, the It was upon motion of Mr. Edwards Disbursed $1879.44. Balance $324.70.

and some novelties that will delight Young Ladies' Dialectic Literary Society if I ordered that the Daughters of the F. and F. Fund: Balance last report

you. held its annual commencement I Confederacy be granted the use of the $75.65; receipts $1271.69 -:

Ice Cream in any qnantity, the program. Many beautiful recitations court house on June 3, 1903. $1347.34.: Disbursed, $740.49. Balance
and instrumental and vocal solos, I The road matter of the northern di- GOG.S5.

smoothest and most wholesome.See were rendered; also a magnificent vision of District No. 4 was again The board thereupon adjourned. ..

me for entertainmentsC. :character sketch of Longfellow was raised and discussed with reference to S. T. Sjstrunk, Clerk. :

Dame. given by a very charming young lady. opening the old matter. After discussion -
H.
Last, but! not least, was a rainbow I the board, upon motion of Mr. WELL BORINGI

drill by fourteen young ladies, all Lucius, ordered that the motion of the

TYLER'S MILK dressed in loose white flowing gowns I board in the past stand and a new am prepared to do all kinds of well

and waving the colors of the rainbow. man be appointed as road overseer for boring for water or sewerage. Will

No dairy in the state has the perfected The program was one of the finest the northern half of District No. 4 I contract for this kind of work in any

arrangements and equipments that was ever given by that society. and the same was thereupon left with I section of the state. Can do work on

to give you clean, pure milk as has Thanks are due to Miss Ruby Rose, Commissioner Fort to elect another short notice. Address W. F. Hamilton -

Tyler. Whea you drink it you know who so skillfully trained the young man as road'overseer.It Ocala, Fla. d-lm.

you are imbibing the cleanest and ladies for that grand event, which can was ordered upon motion of Mr. ,

; best to be had. never be forgotten.On Wartmann that the comptroller be requested -

r Saturday night the young men's to allow redemption of Phyl- BEATRICE N. SINCLAIR

) societies met namely, the Hermeanand lis Dansler's land described as com-
STENOGRAPHERFront
THECARMICHAEL&SONCOHave Periclean. The debates and reci- mencing 11.23 chs s of ne corner of

tations by the different ones were nw quarter of nw quarter, sec 33, tp Room in Office of Allred &

J just received highly enjoyed by all. They were full 112, R. 22, thence s 42 yds, w 70 yds, n Davis

a car of of manhood's enthusiasm and vigorous 42 yds, e 70 yds, at $4.
sentiments. This being a con- The report of the commissioners to Office Hours: 9 to "12 a. m. and 1 to

i A. B. C. St. Louis Beer, testing society each one did his best I lay out road from Mazie to Blitchton 5 p. m.Real.

and the judges, after a careful and I was then taken up and laid over untili
1
1I I The Best Beer on close consideration decided and pronounced i i the meeting in July, 1903.
winners. Petition asking for the continuationof
the Hermean Mag-
the market. It is nificent music was rendered on this the Ocala and Blitchton road near I EstateAND

on draught and in particular occasion by the young la- Ocala was laid over until July, 1903,
-
Bottles at the Mc- dies and gentlemen of the East Flor- and referred to Commissioner Ed-

ida Seminary Glee Club, who have i wards for investigation and report at
Grath Saloon. The Fie Insurance
next meeting.
had a careful training by a professorof

bottled Beer is su- band music, Mr. G. L. Spillman, Road petition asking for road from

perior to bottled who is also a teacher of German, Blitchton to Martin was laid over un-
any
I til next meeting. Desirable City Property for ,
market Spanish, French and Latin. I. "
beer on the The resignation of Mr. H. M. Oyer,
Sunday May 24th. at 10:30 a. m., I Sale i

KOKB the young. ladies marched to the Methodist traction engine engineer, was received -

Excepting church under the managementof and filed. .;,.

the two different captains of Companies Upon motion the bond to carry fire- ': Special Attention Given. to

Something New A and B and were followed by arms of E. L. Wartmann, A. D. Mar- Non-Residents'

the men of their respective low and W. J. Carter were approved, City or

Something Better !! companies.young After being carefully i I II I rules being waived and bonds approved Country Property.

seated, listened to excellent without being laid over.
we an
C. M. BROWN. C. M. BROWN JR.RACKET .
Upcn motion it was ordered that
Rev. Alonzo
sermon propounded by the I
PABST BOCK BEER Monk, one of the finest Iethodistministers' the clerk of this board write the superintendent Timber Phosphate and Farm
of the S. A. L. R. R. Co. ,
in the South. His text
Draught. was
on
1 Tim. 4:8. All went away feeling and request the repair of the crossingon Lands for Sale:,
the hard road from Ocala to Sum-
that they had very much been bene-

STRAUSS & co'S. CAFE fited by the words of wisdom and merfiefd, near McAteer's place. The A General Renting Business
board that the crossing be
requested
truth and only wished in their hearts J I

that Rev. Mr. Monk would appear in made out of planks two by eight feet, Done.FIW.DITTO.
OPEN twelve feet wide.
RESTAURANT
the city of Gainesville on many more J r
6 A. M. TO 12 P. M such special occasions. The petition of Charles A. Tremere

I ; reduction lots 6 and 7,
Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock asking a on I7
II block 5, Be1Jr-view, having been referred -
promptly the young ladies of Compa- I
Steaks, Chops, Fish I to the assessor and the assessor Office No. 20
Front
) The Store With the Yellow I reported that he bad ]reduced the ,Main Street Ocala, jai!
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OCALA
OCALA OCCURRENCESFred
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Washington, D. C., June 5.-Partly Phone No. 12. The Daughters of the Confederacy BROTHERS :
Weihe is In Jacksonville. hereby tender cordial thanks to the
G. B. cloudy tonight and Saturday.
speakers, the Ocala Rifles to Mrs. AT THE CITY MARKET

Booe for use of rooms, to Mr. Pittmanfor
Pencil Tablets just received. Ocala CANNOT BE CUREDBy STRUCK BY LIGHTNINGWord
DEAFNESS
the loan of chairs to Mrs. Koonce, !'.
News Co. Wholesale &
Retail
local applications as they cannot comes from Umatilla and Al- Mrs. Edwards, Messrs. Hogan, Bittin-I Leading Butcheis y

reach the diseased portion of the ear. toona that on Tuesday quite a hail ger, Barco and others for contribu- '
J. M. Dell of Gainesville, was at the .
There is only one way to cure deafness storm visited these places. During tions, and to every one who in any
Ocala House yesterday. WESTERN *ND CHOICE
and that is by constitutional the continuance of the same Dr. way assisted to make the dinner to FLORIDA MEATS f

remedies. Deafness is caused by an Sheavers' barn was struck by lightning the old Cenfederate veterans and the I
Corned Beef, In kegs, fresh and lin inside killed. CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
inflamed condition of the mucous and a horse was memorial ceremonies of June 3 a suc 1
fine 12%c. per lb. S. R. Pyles. ing of the Eustachian Tube. When cess. Mrs. F. R. Gary, FREE DELIVERY. TELEPHONE 10*

this tube is inflamed you have a rum- SAVE YOUR COUPONS President Dickison Chapter, IL D. C.
Mrs. G. W. Wells and children are hearing, and
bling sound or imperfect Remember to save your coupons.
spending a few days at Dunnellon. when it is entirely closed, Deafness is One given with every 50 cent cash MEETING POSTPONED A good many people think of a bank :.

the result, and unless the Inflamma- purchase. Some one from Ocala will What isABANK as being merely a strong place, where .j.jI

Creamery Butter, the finest to be tion can be taken out and this tube get a free two weeks' trip to New The protracted meeting that was to money is kept; where the lucky can ;

\ had. Always fresh and sweet. S. R. restored to its normal condition, hear- York. It may be you. It costs you have been commenced at the Chris- go when they need the sinews of war.

Pyles.E. ing will be destroyed forever; nine nothing when you want something In' tian church Sunday under the leader ? 1.

cases out of ten are caused by Ca- our line. Ocala News Co. ship of Dr. Moore, of Atlanta!, has That's a very one-sided, Incomplete -f
E. Bogart has associated himself tarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed been postponed until fall, on account definition.

with Mr. DeLong in tEie Insurance condition of the mucous sur IRVINE PICNIC of the absence of the pastor. ,

business.No faces. The people of Irvine will give a picnic 4
We will give One Hundred Dollars A GOOD bank is much more than :1
June 17th. All cordially invited ..
are
Men, a word of advice to Be
of Deafness (caused by you. that. It's the
of
good health unless the kidneys for any case a part great SYSTEM
full baskets, It is
Bring ex 9
sure to have your wives and sweethearts
? are sound. Foley's Kidney Cure catarrh) that cannot be cured by pected to have the candidates for gov- \ that underlies all business. ;
makes the kidneys-right. Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars ernor present. hear Dr. Yerger's lecture on"Matrimony" MUNROE & CHAMBLISS i j_
at the house
free.F. opera this We can't tell you in a breath. every '

C. L./Bittinger iefl last night for his J. CHENEY & CO.' Toledo, 0. Hon. Syd L. Carter, of Gainesville, evening.Postoffice Twenty-five Drugstore,cents. Ticketsat Bankers thing that- a bank will do for you, but j;"'.
Sold by Druggists, 15c.Hall's .
old home in Pejnnsyjvania\ spend was in the city Wednesday to inter -' we will be pleased to talk over the .]
Family Pills are the best. ,. ... J!
with relatives. .
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two or \ tee wee s "-r- .,
-- view J. F. Edwards, of the Ocala Mrs'Blair-- S. Bernard and her littlespn matter with you at any time you care ...1
House, about taking legal action in Ocala Florida .
to call on us.Ladies'
I Marean, after a pleasant visit t
One of tnVfflTEstarticles on the q JI L
Miss Johnnie Liddon leaves tonight Alachua toward restraiping the I
confectionery market Just now is 'for Augusta, Ga., where she will\be "drys" from putting out the saloons. I six weeks to Mrs/Bernard's'i parents -A -a
Dr. and Mrs. W. / lean and other
'It. You'll find It at Taylor's.The
maid of honor at the marriage of her
I friends in Ocal ueparted\ for ForAND
cousin, Miss Clarice Qarksdale, on the. The Star has received a renewal f thjel
Star regrets to learn of the s 10th, which event wilKbe one of the subscription from Mrs. Lillian Colby, I.I home in pensacola this morning.

vere illness of that large bodied a d most important socwl' functions of the I ,.., '
at Meredith, N. H She is well known} -- j
large hearted, good citizen, Mr. J. J. season, as the bride-vis a great society in Ocala and has many friends bore, : The tralle closed, the papers Wtve Dress Hats

Pyles. favorite throughout) Georgia. Miss having formerly resided here Bui : finally been passed in the sale of tbA

Johnnie will return'io Starke, Fla., in since we heard from this esteem : Bell residnceTo"Div$. H. Blitch. J. \

Mrs. P. W. Spellman and Mrs. C r. time to be maid "of) honor at the mar lady she has changed her name from '. H. Bell, for the famil/, has bought the \i --- ALL OTHERUptoDate ---

tie Arms are prepared to take a few riage of another cousin, Miss Lula Colby to Brown, This f will be a surprise I residence in the firs/ward from W. J. .I i

day boarders at 21 Dougherty; street Liddon, to Mr. Mavo, on June 24,./. S to her many friends in Ocala, !..Chambers / ."...<

/,32wd \ --.--- who will unite in wishing her joy. "- --
MillineryGO
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SfcH OOtANNOUNCEMENTMiss Happy- lIoollgair-Tro'riT be in it be-
There were twenty-six arrivals at
Mr. J. C. French, wife, Mrs. Sears side the people who hear Dr. Yerger's
the Montezuma yesterday, and twen
Sharpe announces that her and Miss Edna Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. lecture on "Matrimony" this eveningat
ty-five the day before. TO- --
school l will reopen Monday, October French's grandchild, of Spring Park, the opera house. Fun by the hour. .

5, 1903. Departments as usual. For leave tomorrow Worcester, Mass., 25c. Tickets Postoffice Drugstore.
The latest spring styles of headgear particulars address Miss Annie M. to spend the summer. They leave via Mrs. L. T.
Tompkins.
for ladies at Mrs. Hick's millinery es-
tAblf ment. Sharpe, Ocala, Fla. d 1w.I the Ocean Steamship Ce., Savannah.We 0. B. Howse, who has been looking

I wish them a safe and pleasant after his cattle in South Florida, is in

E. L. Wartmann, of Citra, was in Dr. W. C. Lindsay, the talented pas- journey. the vicinity of Kissimmee. J V

town last evening.Are tor of the Presbyterian church, is 00- 00- 00- 00- 00- 00- 00- 00-

proving himself a genuine artist in PROMINENT REPUBLICANSThere CA9'iOiLA: : : ?

you going to buy wall paper? : evidence of which see his illustrated I Bea ,the Tt.e Kind:! You Have: 'toys. j aougM f

See me and save money. J. S. Stern- : handbills announcing Dr. Yerger's JecI was a meeting in Ocala yps' 1fl.i star d '. 0 Commercial Bank 0

berger No. 30 Montezuma Block. I tune on "Matrimony" at the opera I terday of the republican state central : c1 GZuJ. LLJjt--. (

l house tonight.ADJUSTABLE. committee and most of the best ; O

There were twenty-five arrivals at I known republican leaders of the state Miss Hattye Mae Porter, voice BRANCH OF. f

the Ocala House yesterday. SHADE HANGERS were present. Those whose names we teacher at the Central College, left on O COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE 0 a

I Every housewife needs them. To learned were Hon. E. R. Gunby, of ';Friday for her home in Ocala, Fla. 1'1

Full line of the Town Topics Co.'s see them is to buy them. Only 15 Tampa, Hon. W. G. Robinson, of She will leave there the first of Julyto

copyright 25 cent novels just received. cents apiece. Call at J. A. Pittman Gainesville Col. John F. Horr, of Key go to New York to take a course in ?I CAPITAL $50.000.00 f

Ocala News Co. & Son's. 5 23 West, Col. Fred Cubberley, of Cedar voice with one of the best teachers in

Keys, Hon. H. S. Chubb, of Gainesville the country, an assistant of the famous -I ? INTEREST PAID ON TIM DEPOSITS sj fo

F. W. Ellison, Anthony, was In Robert Fosnot, of Lake Weir, Is visiting and Col.! J. M. Cheney, of Or- Lamperti. Miss Porter has

the city today. \ Frank Gates.CREAMERY. lando. made a multitude of friends in Tuscaloosa DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS' DEPOSITS 9

(i being admired both for her I RECEVED.; LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT I.,

E. C. Smith, Funeral Director and BUTTERThe TOMATOES WANTEDI I beautiful voice arid her lovely self, 0. AND SOLD f

Embalmer. Day phone, No. 10. Night Co. and it is a great pleasure to know she .
Carmichael & Son keep
and Sunday. No. 91. Ocala, Fla. am new ready for tomatoes; want is to return to Tuscaloosa in the fall. 00- 00- 00- 00- 00- 0- 00- 00- 0-
constantly on hand, receiving a fresh
lots of them. We have a thoroughly -Tuscaloosa Times-Gazette.
supply two days, delicious,
Mrs. Hannah Rawls, of Jackson- every pure equipped factory. Want good fruit.
Georgia butter, 25 cents
ville, is visiting her son, S. A. Rawls, creamery per Best cash price paid. H. A. Fausett,
pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37. Rev D. E. Hanna, of the Christian DAY PHONE 117 NIGHT PHONE 39
of the Florida Naval Stores Co. -- West Exposition Street, Ocala, Fla. church, has been called to Cincinnation .

t business. CROSBY & HALL
( Walter Hawkins, of Jacksonville
.Free trip to New York, If you are I ..
Florida agent for the Central of Geor-
the lucky one. Ask for coupons. J. S. Stenbegefs
Ocala News Co. I gia Railway, was in town today, looking TAX ON BABIES

after melon shipments.Fine Extreme hot weather is a great tax GENERAL LIVERYMENFine

Marshal Cleveland shot a dog on I .Column upon the digestive power of babies; I

the streets this morning that was sick Art Toilet Soap, highly per- when puny and feeble they should be
fumed, three for 25 cents, at the An. given a few doses of White's Cream and
and acting queerly.We Carriages BUggies Traps
ti-Monopoly Drugstore. FOR RENT-HOUSES Vermifuge, the children's tonic. It ,

I I will stimulate and facilitate the diges- Drummers' Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.
have had to increase our order
'v. 0. Massey and M. E. Robinsonbad WANTED TO RENT-Small fur- tion of their food, so that they soon I
lor the New York Evening Telegram
connie this afternoon in become strong, healthy and active. '
a. wordy
f to meet the demand. Subscribe now. afsfced house for summer FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses
One cent per copy, fourteen pages front of Taylor's over some repairs on J.: Starr Steraberger. i lac.> at Afcti-JfcMvoswty: Drugstore.H. .

daily. Ocala News Co. i I Mr. Massey's residence which Mr. i J I II I
Robinson is renting. From words Mules for Sale. Horses
FOR RENT Desirable resi- I A. Carter, of Jacksonville, Florida aad
they came to blows, but were separated -
Mrs. Annie Martin and daughter, traveling representative for the Boarded the Month at Rate.Crosby
by Special .
and no harm done. dence; 7 rooms and bath; on South '
Miss Lavalette, went to Levon yester- McMillan Bros. copper works, of
day and returned in the evening. Third Street; good location. Ap- Jacksonville, has been in and about
Subscribe for the New York Eve-
week calling the & Hall
ply to J. Starr Sternberger Ocala for the past on
ning Telegram. Only 1 cent per day.
The businessof
: On the first indication of kidney naval stores operators.
trouble stop it by taking Foley's Kid- Ocala News Co. this county has grown to such an
house in
ney Cure. Sold by the Postoffice FOR RENT-7-room extent that they may be compelled to Ocala, Florida

Drugstore.G. R. R. Sessons and H. F. Duval, of first ward, lately vacated by Mrs establish a branch office and supply .

Holder, were at the Montezuma yea- to Starr house here, and keep Mr. Carter in
J.
Kingman. Apply
W. Taylor, of Rock Springs, is terday. Ocala constantly. He will be here fora c. GRACE

|'n town.. Sternberger.FOR few days yet.INTERESTING.
WANTEDAt

Go to J. A. Pittman & Son for refrigerators once, a woman to sev Mrs. RENT-The handsome TOASTHMA Dealei inRough
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water coolers, ice cream Chaphe, Dressmaker, No. 16 Watula cottage, corner Third and Pine; SUFFERERS

freezers and ice crackers. They have street, Ocala, Fla. 5 29 Iwpd large grounds; in good repair; elec- Daniel Bante, of Otterville, Iowa, I and Dressed lumber, Kiln Dried Flooring,

a lot of them and are sellingall cheap. writes "I have had asthma for three I Ceiling and Siding, Lathe Shingles and Brick.
.i 6tdltw515o3 I B. E. Raysor is confined to the tric lights; hot and cold water; or four years and have tried about all ,

J ) .I house with a very lame foot. He has bath and toilet in the house-the II the cough and asthma cures in the Manufacturer Falumni
E. 0. Mitchell, of the Montezuma been crippled for a week, but is keeping handsomest in Ocala. market and have received treatment I
Apply
Hotel is on the sick list. in close touch with the market cottage from physicians in New York and oth Turned Ballosters, Casings, Newels, Columns,

and his melon and cantaloupe ship- to J. Starr Sternberger.FOR I er cities but got very little benefit until Door and Window Frames, Mantles, Church Seats, Pul.

I Passe Partoute, several colors, also ments. I I tried Foley's Honey and Tar pits School Desks ank Seats Combined and Tables. I
hangers for pictures, drawing pencils "- RENT-5-room house on I which gave me immediate relief and I ,
lumber and fill orders for
will be without it in house. am constantly receiving can any:
.: lithographing pens, drawing paper, I never my
Professional CardsR. North Main Street. Apply to J.
J etc. Ocala News Co. t ti i I sincerely recommend it to all." Sold quantities and siZes. Pi omp -ness g Specialty

I -- -- i I Starr Sternberger.FOR : by the Postoffice Drugstore. I II
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Club House arrivals: S. F. Ron D. FULLER --- I

Lowell; '1'. J. Park Reddick; J. L.Hofbinder. RENT-Several, 3 and I Mrs. Booe, of the Montezuma only I G. A. HUNTER :,

Ocala; S. Krasinoff, South + DENTI8T* 4-room cottages. Apply to J. I learned yesterday that her mother II /
Carolina; Z. Z. Rfrmbfk, X. X. Gwmz. I and sister, who lived in Gainesville,
Jacksonville) ; T. A. Taggart, James II I j Starr Sternberger.FOR I Ga., were safe though their home in PRACTICAL and MECHANICAL

Richardson. Robert Mountain, High Office Over Munroe and Chambliss' II I town was pretty badly wrecked and

Springs; B. J. Watts, Toledo Ohio. Bank RENT-ROOMS I the farm buildings close by were totally AND LOCKSMITH.
CCALA FLORIDA I II I destroyed.A GUN

During the summer kidney irregularities -I IJ I FOR RENT-6 rooms near the _
J REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
are often caused by excessive J. E. CHACE, court house; second floor; for light I SERIOUS MISTAKEE.
drinking or being overheated. Attendto I Starr C. DeWitt & Co. is the name of Umbrellas Repaired. Saws Filed and Put in Good Working Order

the kidneys at once by using Fo- DENTAL SURGEON !I house-keeping. Apply. to J. the firm who make the genuine Witch Box 374, Opposite City Market OCALA, FLORIDA

ley's Kidney Cure. Sold by the Post- i I Sternberger. Hazel Salve. DeWitt's is the Witch .

office Drugstore. Office Upstairs Commercial Bank i I Hazel Salve that seals without leaving

Building i FOR RENT-OFFICES a scar. It is a serious mistake to Canned Goods

A. St. Amand, of Charleston, is at OCALA FLORIDA :, use any other. DeWitt's Witch Hazel i ( ..

the Ocala House.Formaldehyde FOR RENT-Nice light of- Salve cures blind, bleeding, itching \
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To be nutritious and wholesome must
TERMS CASH I and protruding piles, burns, bruises,
in House Block. t be the best that and
Sulphur Torch, a fices Opera Apply -I eczema and all skin diseases. Sold I money can buy

.. renovator W. H. MAREAN, M. D. to J. Starr Sternberger.FOR i by Anti. Monopoly Drugstore.Mr. Done tried but brands the most are offered reliable, by true S.and Itf

HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND Pyles. Deleterious effects on the
Twenty-five cents will thoroughly dis- RENT Desirable offices -I and Mrs. Frank" Drake have
SURGEON T health follow the use of inferici,
infect 200 cubic feet. mO\"e.} to Ocala! trom Albion and will .:f.Pa
single and double; over Tea- goods. What we sell we know at
:Special attention given to the treatment Keep house her Mr. Drake is chief
of Chronic Diseases and Diseases I Starr pure, fresh and wholesome as tb
JFot Grocery. Apply to J. bookkeeper for the Camp Phosphate w
W. D. Bobbitt. the Reddick saw mill I V
of Women and Children. ,3 : are delicious in flavor, preserving
man, was in town today. I II Ocala, Fla. I Sternberger. Company.p.A.BTOR.28. natural taste of the frul"or vegetal

I I or meat.
Office ever Tydings' Drugstore. Office --
Chronic bronchial troubles and summer hours from 8 a. m., to 13 m.; FOR RENT-Offices over Tydings' 1 bQ Kind You Hats ,. I .a t 8. R. PYLES. ,
coughs can be quickly relieved to 5 Ii gam,he Altays Boa&bfigutue I ;
from 2 m.
p. m. p. Drugstore low rent. A I
and cured by Foley's Honey and Tar, Residence-No. 60 N. Main St. knownas ; p y#+ # I =* Old Alliance Storo.u

.Sold by the Postofflce Drugstore. the Nash cottage.. jto ]. Starr Sternberger. of wt C4PYR cprr
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(Concluded from First Page) I going to happen to the little boy whois
stuffing himself with green apples. A Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor

nies A and B, under their respective grown man couldn't be induced to try ,I
that experiment; and yet the grown man The following Baptist divines were I
captains, had their prize drills consisting
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will overload himself with indigestiblefood in the city yesterday attending the : _

of poles, dumb bells and free for which he will pay a greater State Mission Board of the Baptist.
penalty than colic. It is this careless I
arm movements in tront or the young and thoughtless eating which is' the be- General Convention: Revs. J. B. Han- (!,I

men's barracks on the beautiful green ginning of stomach trouble and aU its kerson of Tallahassee, F. Danzy of !I II II

campus. The judges for this drill painful consequences.Dr. Archer, F. H. Faulks of Tampa, P. R. |

for infants and, Children.The were three of the finest young ladiesn Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery James of St. Petersburg. J. \V. Poseyof I I I

cures dyspepsia and other forms of Gainesville, F. W. Lancaster of Fer- I i
i town and after careful and particuar I
Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature "stomach trouble." It restores the weak
nandina and L. N. Robinson
of Pa-
attention the judges decided that I Bone Pains
of Clias. II. Fletcher and has hceu made under his and run-down man or woman to sound Itching, Scabby
latka.
Company B was the winner. The health. I I Skin Diseases.
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one Swellings. Carbuncles, Pimples, Scrofula
captain of the company Miss Susie i 1 Some lime ha elapsed since I have written Just married one week yesterday V
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and"Justasgood" Hunter of Hawthorne, is one of the you in regard to the treatment I have been I Permanently cured t>y tiling Botanic mood B&lra. idestroys
and cannot give the editor half the active Poison
taking under instructions," Mr. E. P. one In the blood. It you han.
your says
the
are but Experiments, and endanger finest drilled young ladies in school. Cingmars of Minneapolis. Minn. "When firstI sheet of writing paper. Why? Ans. aches and pales in bones, back and Joints, Itching

health or Children-Experience against Experiment. After all was over we received a commenced taking your remedies I was under -"Because it takes all I can rake and Scabby Skin, Blood feeU tot or thin.Swollen Glands.
treatment of a well-known specialist in this city Risings and Btunpa on the Skin, Mucus Patcne U
rare treat from Major W. L. Floyd (and had been for four months), for catarrh, scrape to feed my wife." Next door )!Mouth Sore Throat Pimples, or offensive eruption,
The Kind You Have Always Bought and wife after which the captain of and rapidly especially getting worse.stomach Got trouble so bad, that and I I could was to Chinese Laundry.By Copper-Colored Spots or rash on Skin,all run-dotm.or

Company B marched her company : not eat anything that did not distress me nervous.Ulcers on any part of the body Hair or Eye-
Bears the Signature of dIn own town to Miller & Avera's, where, I terribly and I was obliged to quit taking the invitation B. F. Hartwell, Levi brows fi.fling out.Carbuncles or Boils,tate; .
doctor's treatment entirely. I was greatly re- Alexander, Jr., and Ed Chandler were Botanic Blood Balm, guaranteed
with the assistance of Mr. M. M. Johnson -
in flesh. last
: duced As a to cure even the worst and most deep-seated
cases theredoctors
resort I wrote to entertained at the home of T. L. Mc-
and Mr. Canova. two of the distinguished : you ,patent medicines,and hot springs tail. QeaU
cadets of the Seminary, : and after stated receiving my case your and Instructions Coy. Music was furnished by Miss all sores,stops all aches and pains,reduces nrelllnjs ,

she them another treat, after 1 I followed I Ida. A brief outline of school life was makes blood pore and rich. completely changing tte
gave
: them closely. After rehearsed refreshments entire Lady into a dean healthy condition. B. B. R
served
which they marched back to the barracks taking five bottles of Dr. were Las cored thousands of cases of Blood Poison even after
and each one then went on her j j I Pierce's Golden Medical and everything passed off pleasantly.If reaching the last stapes.

Use For Over 30 Years. way home, rejoicing and feeling happy of Discovery his Pleasant and one Pellets'vial any one desires to know the caused Old Rheumatism, Catarrh, Eczemaare
by an awful poisoned condition of the
commenced ,
tHE CfMTAUfl COMPANY. TT MUMMAV $T ttT. NEW YORII. CITY.. ,_ over the grand and glorious viei I i 1 and I decided to to improve continue depth of Orange Lake, ask Sol! Aytch.He Blood. B. B.B.stops Hawking and Spitting,Itchingand
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t j the medicines and observe tried to measure it Monday. He Scratching Achea and Pains; cures Rheumatism,
ory.9n Monday evening promptly at your instructionsregarding fell overboard.Rev. I Catarrh: heals all Scabs Scales, Eruptions Watery
:
hygienic treatment Blisters,
foul
festering Sores of Eczema; by giving a
8 30 the various members of the 1 It is now nearly
soph-1 1: six months since I com- J. A. Quarterman returned pure,healthy blood supply to affected parts.".

omore class delivered their orations inmost meiiced your treatmentand from Atlanta, Ga., this morning, wherehe Cancer Cured
a excellent way. Schubert's orchestra j I can say that I am Botanic Blood Balm Cures Cancers of all Slndi.Sup.rarat.ng .
) well and never felt better bus been attending the Educational ,
i Swellings Eating Sores Tumors, ugly:
[TflHE'NABLW1 gave music between each ora- |j in my life. Am very ,,, Commission of the A. M. E. church. Ucers. It kills thc Caattr l'u.aoawd heals l.e! sorts
tion. There were six speakers and 1 grateful to you for what worst
i or cancer perfei-Uy. It you have a persIteiti'imple
I medicine has done The Edward Waters College of Jacksonville
all did well without any exception. jour for me." 1;. I Wart Swelling: Shooting. Stinging.Pains,
._r-m__ _. __ These exercises were highly enjoyed I Dr. Pierce's t'! is safe and on a firm bails. take: Blood Balm and t'.icy will disappear: bereft they
develop into cancer. Many apparently hopeleu cases
: thousand cured The woman who has suf- by all. The sophomores are a bright Pellets cure Isaiah Bellinger got his hand Severely of cancer cured by takirg Bctanic Blood BJ&O.OL'AUAXTKU. .

[JJJ.N have written ered from female weakness class and in two more short years of I biliousness and mashed yesterday. It is very

tell how Wine of should do anything within school will be brilliant graduates.On sick headache. painful. Boy n oUR large. bottle tor SI, of. any
drufcgUt, (uiicac directed. Jlotaafa
bestows the reason to secure health. Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clockon Miss F. P. Gadson is spending a few Itlood ltulnili.l J uUvayicurea
I blessing of health on every Wine of Canlui is the medicine the of the the when the right quantity Is taken.
campus Seminary j. days at Lake Weir with
Mrs. Jamie-
If
not cared
your money will
woman who takes it, rich that appeals to reasona- \
two A and B of 11/J//igq 1fJIt promptly be ro
companies '
,
men
young son.
and poor alike. Mrs. \ ble women-women who '- .. funded wth-! 'tm
Helena Blau, No. 123 Sev- t hold operations and cutting attired in military costume and j > !,: it Vu t1e I Mrs. '\ 0. Bartley is seriously ill oat argument. &eAes

enth Street, Milwaukee, ,) \ inhorror-women who know "armed with the guns of war," performed today. Botan'c Blood Balm T5.B.TJ.)Is .
: Wia., is one of the young that Nature is the Lest phy- their prize drill in a beautifuland Pleasant and safe to take.: Thoroughly tested torSo yr*.
Compos of
Charles Shavers, U. S. deputy inspector Pare Botanic Ingredients.! Strengthens

women whom Wine of Car- sician. Wine of Cartlui poldier-like manner. After drilling wezLk kidnl'VlI anti weak Umacb, MlI'P1I dcspepits.
of customs of West is in c.mpt directions go With e'Wh botHf'
Key Na..plelit
dui has rescued' from a life Mrs.Ilelzruz Dillu. give? women back their i for two hours Mr. Henry E. Sher- U.n.n. aud .amnhlet Sent }'rf'e by
: of suffering. She writes: -i.- .s- .__ health by giving Nature\ a the city. "nUn;: nJoQ.i! JJalm Co. Atlanta(h. Itaei'ibu IOu
fey, of Indiana, a young man of noble troll hip.and Hwml free'ViViiieaf advice, to suit on?
"Vine of Cardul Is certainly 'worn chance to build up the wasted and diseased and excellent character and one of the Miss Pauline Clark is the guest of case,alw Kiit u si-alcd letter. ,
tissue. Wine of Cartlui regulatesout' Miss For sale by the
Rosa
V.
Sable during this week.
women's best friend and I am pleased the menstrual flow and Nature, when finest drilled men in his company

to give my experience with it. A few relieved of the drains or of the poisons won the prize, a lovely silver cup 6I11DNEYtiCUR Sol Aytch, who works for the enter Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.

months ago I caught a severe cold, having in the system, makes the functional lined with gold, given to him by the prising market man, W. L. Jones, was

been out in inclement weather,which organs strong and healthy again. I commissioned officers of the companyas I grinding force meat yesterday morn !

Any woman who is silently suffering a prize for coming out last in the I ing and came very near losing five KIDNEY DISEASESare
fettled all over me, particularly in the untold pains because she is too sensitive field. I want to say Mr. Sherfey is a fingers. The mill kept on rolling and
abdomen. I was in almost constant pain. to undergo a physician's examination .
Sol
Company B man. The captain of this kept on nodding until the pain

S I consulted a physician and took his not and securing treatment relief can when find no excuse of Car-for company, after a brilliant speech by awoke him. This came from keeping I; the most fatal of all dis

medicine for a month and without anyrelief. Wine late hours but he awoke without being
Captain Lynch, was also presentedwith
dui is offered to her. There is no publicity II eases.
I then! decided I would try your to deter her. She can take Wine a silk flag of the stars and called. .

mMii'fig and it was a lucky day for me of Cardui in the privacy of her home, I stripes, which he most graciously I We defy the world to produce a The Ocala Cornet Band gave a very I Eni CV'O KIDNEY CURE Is

when I did so. I noticed a change in a with as much assurance of a final cure gave to and left in charge of his corporal medicine for the cure of all forms of fine entertainment at the Marshall,

few days and felt encouraged to continue as though a dozen! doctors recommended Trueheart Bodiford. It is needless Kidney and Bladder troubles, and all Park last evening. Quite a number iULE.1 I u Guaranteed Remedy

taking Wine of Cardui, and my paticnceVjn: it. Many of Cardui physicians to their do patients.recommend for me to say more of this Company diseases peculiar to women, that will were present and a handsome amountwas I

was rewarded,for in two weeks my pains Why not get a $1.00 bottle of Wine B, for how could they help but equal Smith's Sure Kidney Cure. realized from refreshments. Another i or money refunded. Contains
win with such a fine captain as Alva Ninety-eight per cent. of the cases will be given Monday night on !
had left me and I felt like a new woman. of Cardui from your druggist today? remedies recognized by emi
Herzog. "Company B is all right"- treated with Smith's Sure KidneyCure a large scale. Will you be there? I
I.JL
fFlJ fLULJ f
J the best for
both girls and boys. that have coire under our observation nent physicians as
Messrs. Casminski R. Wilson and
A million suffering wome ,
WINE of CARDVI have found relief in { But dropping the question of drillI have been cured. We sell I Jake Thomas returned late last evening Kidney and Bladder troubles.,

Wine of Cardui. will say the next exercise was the our medicine on a positive gual'antee'l, from Silver Springs, where they I PRICE 5fciadJ.OQ.

--.tir--- orations of the junior class' and on I. if directions are followed and moneywill I had a fine fish fry and other good /
-- ---- ------ ----- Postoffice Drugstore Ocala Fla.
Tuesday evening at 8:30 six of them be refunded if cure is not effected. things too numerous to mention. ,

in number and with a full audience .

__ _DR.MOFFETT'S_ _ Gores Chofeia-Infanfum, were listened to with much pleasure, Price 50 cents and $1. For sale by Magnolia* Mrs. I.street J. Simmons informs the on public South A GOOD OPPORTUNITY .

Diarrhoca.Dysentcry,an<:ms a success in business and

: the Bowel troubles! of Scl uberf's orchestra rendered work in the dress making Bepartment I menus a success in life, and it aU

_______________ Children of Any Age. I sweet music between the orations. I in the very latest styles. Satisfaction I teact es us to know a good thing when
Aids Digestion, regulates we see it. Have clothes tleaned
f _(TEETH I N G POWDERS)! the Bowels Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock guaranteed. I your
piG' Strengthens I and pressed in first class style at a
I. promptly the commercial and stenographic AIR LINE RAILWAY The Tompkins realized sixty-one dollars -
-- the Child! and
Makes
: reasonable ;ilce. If you bought a
; Costs 25 cents at
.....,,.. .:, :' Only Druggists, TEETHING EASY. graduates marched up on the on the Orange Lake excursion. I spring: or summer'! suit why not have
"'"\ :,' 'IJ. : '::UOr mail 25: cenU to C. J. MOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOUIS, MO. I stage under the sweet strains of mu SPECIAL RATES Don't forget that the outing to Loch- us to dye it, and make it a first class

Columbus. (l a., A" DH. C. J. XOFFKTTDear Doctoloicdem : )J'e t/are yaurTEETIllXA <{ ) to our little grand child with the happiest results. The effects After listening for a while to a most account National Dental Asso- Thursday, June 11. Rates from I ;nd sele dyes in the Southern States.
were almost tnayli-al, and certainly more nutiajartorti than from anything excellent address by Col. W. F. ciation. Tickets will be on sale Ocala, 50 and 25 cents. E oj'{' in all shades as you can get any-
tee ierusett. Yours reru truly JO J-l'll S. KEY,
whore elo in the world. New York
(Sow lllshop Southern Jtlethodint Church.) Pastor 6St.. Pail Church Himes and a few selections renderedby July 22, 23, 26 and 27, limited returning L. Green the Lightning Shaver. ;
Steam 63
Dye Works South Main St.,
For sale by AnU-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstores. the orchestra Prof. Edward Stu- to August 2, 1903.; Call and try his razor and you will not Ocala Fla., next door to Ocala Steam

ber, our teacher of stenography, pre- $8.45-SAVANNAH, GA.. and return, go anywhere else. Shave 10c.; hair- Laundry. '
sented the class of graduates with the on account of Wesley Bi-Centennial. cut, 25c.; honing razor, 25c.; concave
diplomas for which they had so faith. razor, 75c. All work first class. West .
Tickets will be sale June WANTED- for three
on 23, 24 Buyer new
OOi.o!; I
-.oc-N fully and worked. Broadway, two doors elow Benus'Bakery.
earnestly After receiving and 25, limited returning to June 30, goats in the city pound. Sale next
I the diplomas, the class was 1903. I Wednesday. Those desiring a kid
honored with a few words by Prof. J. Rev. W. A. Wilkerson, of Fleming-
Nine HEIBINE. will please take notice and see that
$19.30-NASHVILLE, TENN. ,
on account -
H.: Brinson on the welfare of the ton, was in the city yesterday. I
Peabody College Summer no second hand values attach to this
: clas, followed by Supt. J. M. Guil- Quite an interest is being manifested

j Tenths _,,,......._>C.,..,,.__,"....-,"_,c"'. ,.,-. _,;.":-",.,., "''_-.i". ___' .',. liams, who wished one and all of the Schools. Tickets will be on sale in Prof. Jordan's exhibition Mon. i property.L.ALEXANDEB.
I May 31, June 1, 2, 19, 20, 21, July 3,
graduates success and happiness day night at Howard Academy. Sucha
of 4, 5, limited fifteen days from date
Pure Juices from Natural Roots. throughout their careers. thing of its kind has never been
I of sale. Extension may be obtainedby
I Wednesday evening at 7:45 the Senior held in Ocala by a man of color. Bills
all the class delivered depositing ticket and complyingwith be found in Practical .
graduating their I can the most prominent
DE60LATES the liver, Stomach and Bowels: orations before a crowded house. rules governing same. places in the city. Price of admission -

PeopleSuffer N Cleanses the System Purifies the Blood There were five graduates, four young I I $17.70-ASH EVILLE, N. C., and return 10 cents for all. CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful
on account of American So-
.
ladies and
one young man. I The Magnolia Restaurant, corner I I estimates made on all contract
I want to say a few more words and I ciety of Civil Engineers. Tickets lot Magnolia and Market streets, is work. Gives more and better work for

CURES Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation, then will close for fear of the waste will be on sale June 6, 7 and 8, limited open at all hours and can furnish the money than any other man In

from i Stomach and Impaired Digestion.Diseased basket, but this is my first attempt ata I'' returning to June 15, 1903. meals and lunches at reasonable rates. town.

a write-up for a paper, so I am trying $18.25-MONTEAGLE, TENN., and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ruth. Managers.

to do the best I know how. II return on account Monteagle Bible Lochloosa excursion is the pass- ]J.- A GOLYER & BROTHER
Every Boti8! Guaranteed tc Site! Satisfaction
,
Now, as I did not have the pleasure I School. Tickets will be on sale word now. It comes from Tampa, Or- .

Xi4.3.tG E BOYTTjO. .. SMALL OOOSE.Pi of remaining over to these exercisesI June 30 to July 2, inclusive, and lando and Cedar Keys. The excur- SUITS FROM EIGHT DOLLARS UP

Liver, ice, r Gouts. guess I will not attempt to say any July 22, 23 and 24, limited returningto sion from Gainesville, Ga., last Monday -

more, for I know I could not do jus August 31, 1903. was a God-send to many of the Material Unequaled for the Price .
Prepared by JAMES f. BALL4RD, St. Louts.! AI".
t J tice. But these last nameu exercises I $28.55-ST LOUIS, MO., and returnon people.
"'. .,.) i ...i .. CLEANING: DYEING AND REPAIRING -
.1of. { m &&U& *f&*> "" closed the wonderful and never to be I account of Saengerfest of North Excellent board and comfortable

h For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstores. forgotten school days at the East American Saengerbund. Tickets lodging at reasonable rates at the NEATLY DONE
-
Seminary until next September.I will be on sale June 16 and 17, with Mack House. Mrs. Melissa Mack Pro Spring Simples in Great Variety for '.

have been going to the East Florida final limit June 25. 1903. prietress.Mrs. .
for the I Mary Story, the mother-in-law Inspection
Seminary past eight
John Dozier, W. W. Condon, -
The months and I do not think I have ever of Rev. R. S. Quarterman, leaves for
Broadway I Agent,, City Ticket Agent Gainesville BEST SUITS FOR THE MONEY IN
come in contact with a better facultyand I today.J. TOWN
Ocala, Fla.
finer crowd of girls in my life. E. Sharperson has reopened his .

Futl1iture? and Upholstery Co. There were forty-five girls in the ,I I shoe shop a few doors west of Benus' Our $8 Suits Are a Ten-Strike
young ladies' dormitory and under the Bakery and stands prepared to do all .

careful management of1i8S Ruby kinds of repairing at reasonable rates. NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET

Dealers in Rose they were noted for their good CASTORIAFor We will publish some important Next Door to Geo. K. Robinson, the

quiet and lady-like ways and deeds. Infants and Children. matters tomorrow. Cotton BuyerP.

And a nicer group of young men can I a BOX 134

New *ntf< fifi"* of All KindsWe never be found in any state at It' The Kind You Have Always Bought A free New Yonc trip coupon with I

boarding school. There were 200 or I every 50 cent purchase. Ocala News LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R .

more and they were as honest and Bears the fI---- I Co.

make a specialty of cleaning' and repairing all gentlemanly a crowd of young men as Signature I First Class Service, Quick SchedulesTO

kinds of Furniture. All work guaranteed first Class. could ever he im across. HOT WEATHER WEAKNESS -

There can never, never be found a I BIRMINGHAM NASHVILLE
I ,
/\/ 1\11. C3IUEIS I ,- M'g'r.Next better superintendent anywhere than A. C. L. MAIN LINE If you feel fagged out, listless and EVANSVILLE, CHICAGO,
.1. M. Guilliams. And his
faculty ably
North Bound lacking in energy, you are perhaps LOUISVILLE, CINCINNATI, .
Door to Benus' Bakery seconds effort of
Ocala, Florida every his for the
I advancement of the Seminary. May Arrive Ocala, 1:10: p. m. suffering from the debilitating effectsof I ST. LOUIS,
summer weather. These
Leave Ocala symptoms
1:30:
m.
he and they live long and p. AND ALL POINTS WEST AND
:: -I I prosper. indicate that a tonic is needed that I
I Minnie N' Miller. South Bound NORTHWEST, .
I will create a healthy appetite, make
Leroy Fla.. May 29. 1903. Arrive Ocala 2:40 p. m. I MOBILE, NEW ORLEANS
digestion perfect. regulate the bowels ,
Fresh Meat and GameWe I Leave: Ocala 3 p. m. and impart natural activity to the liv- AND ALL POINTS SOUTHWEST

CUTS, BRUISES AND BURNS S. S. 0. & G. .! er. This Herbine will do; it is a tonIc THROUGH TICKETS VIA l L & N.

Leave Ocala. 7:05: a. m. laxative and restorative. H. J.
keep on hand a lull line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and I QUICKLY HEALED Leave Ocala 3 p. m. I Freegard, Prop. Grand View Hotel Are Sold by All Railroad Coupon

Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc. i Chamberlain's Pain Balm is an antiseptic I Arrive Or-ala 12:35 noon. I Cheney, Kan., write: "I have used Ticket Agents in Florida

Careful attention'to orders and quick delivery made. liniment and when applied to I Arrive Ocala, 6:0:: p. m.FOLllONFXTAR. Herbine for the last twelve years, For schedules, rates and sleeping car

cuts, bruises and burns, causes them i and nothing on earth can beat it. It reservations, apply to

W. L. Jones, Proprietor. to heal without maturation and much | was recommended to me by Dr New- 'M.
., I I J FLEMING Fla. Pass, Agt..
more quickly than ,by the usual ton, of, }ewton Kan." 50c., at Anti- 20g W, Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. .
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--i'EVENING STAR MEMORIAL DAY great financial feat nearly fifty years I ..
I!
ago.
A feature of the civil war on the
Wednesday was Confederate Memo MALA'.r.
BITTINGER and COMPANY A
part of the South was the dispositionof ", '" .
and ,
rial Day and it was fittingly suc- i :-
Proprietors and Publishers.C. cessfully celebrated, through the pa- I, its ablest and most brilliant states- ( .. :.'.;:.-:..;.,

triotic efforts of the Daughters of the ; men to take service in the army inj j ; ffft::.
L BITTINGER, I stead of the civil government. He described -
Editor and Business Manager. Confederacy of DIckison Chapter of I how Davis met all these try- :'(:

.Ocala I ing obstacles; and now it seems a I An Invisible Enemy to Health.I\\;;

It, R ALL, 2tITY EDITOR.' At 3 o'clock in the atternoon_ the t !I marvel that four years of gigantic war i,
veterans of the Ocala camp and their 1t could be conducted in the face of such :
t friends repaired to the armory, where great odds.Referring. ;j t. '"

reason why there was no Dally>,I the procession was formed. First I to the treatment of prisoners -|!I Malaria is an invisible atmospheric poison. The air becomes infected .ii! .. ."::
Star yesterday was fitbat the press came Hampton S. Chambers, marshalt of war by the South and the:
man, devil and three of the carrier the day and his aide, John H. !hue and cry the North had raised } with the gases and microbes arising from the marshes and low lands., .: ,_. \

boys absented themselves on the picnic Mathews, then the Ocala Rifles, in against it, he cited the correspondence damp cellars, sewer pipes, badly: ventilated houses and decaying vegetable :...: .. ': .'..
and sickness ni I'the foreman'stami 'command of Capt. G. A. Nash, led by I between Prof. Thornton on the ;I II matter, and we unconsciously inhale them into the lungs when '.
kept him home half the day. / Drummer Emmet Robinson, followedby I part of the United States, and Alex1ander :
I they are taken by the blood and circulated the f -,
the speakers in carriages, Confederate -I Stephens, of the South, in :; up throughout system.: i '.- ... (.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver veterans, commanded by MajorG. I which the latter plainly showed that i Malaria gives no warning of its coming; no immediate effects are !<:;:: ; ':'.,:.

Tablets are just what you need when M. Hubbard, Sons of Veterans, by an act of the Confederate congressthe seen, and no violent symptoms appear until the unfortunate sufferer is ("}1- ::,.Y':" :;'
ydu have no appetite, feel dull after Daughters of the Confederacy, and South gave to the prisoners taken : ': :
eating and wake up with a bad tasteIn citizens. They marched to the court by them in war the same rations and completely at the mercy of this hidden foe. This invisible enemy may r' ::: :....: >}.,S;;
mouth. They will improve be following us night and day but often the first intimation we have ofits '- "'.'' :: :;
your house, where Hon. F. E. Harris, mas- medical attendance their men received : ., ', :
your appetite cleanse and invigorate I. ter of ceremonies, called the meetingto I in the field. It was not a case presence IS a chilly, creepy sensation running over the body, : "
your stomach and give you a relish order, and introduced Rev. Dr. \\ of despotism when rations ran short sometimes followed 1 1\
fever and
tired
by a slight and :
always
an ,
for your food. For sale by all drug 'I C. Lindsay who offered a fervent and medicine failed, but of actual' drowsy f.. It ;, .
gists. prayer. want, for what the North had in abundance J: 'depressed feeling. The blood soon becomes deeply poisoned, thinned JI'I'\, '

I Mr. Harris then made a short address I. the South through blockade: and weakened by the teeming millions of microbes and germs, and an :;I'!.I I II II:\II ,

? CommissIoner E. L. Wartm n,'of I referring to the fact that the and contraband of war, could not secure irregular, slow circulation is the result. This condition of the 1. \_! :I!: :
CItra was in town Thursday and Informed I further we get away from the great so that the criticism made was ;
the Star reporter he had several struggle of 1861-5 the sweeter are the neither fair nor just. No one can hut' blood gives rise to innumerable and serious troubles: torpid liver, Iq\\\\1\:\ :

thousand: xldllars of stock in thJ I flowers and the dearer the memoriesof regret the terrible results of the war enlargement of the spleen, loss of appetite and feeble digestion, a --=- tr'\ '\ '

destroyed miy atulainesville, Ga., but the departed heroes. He reverted in suffering, death and destruction. ';' pallid or yellow skin, boils, carbuncles, abscesses, indolent ulcers, = 4J.; ':' .... .
was glad to say that his daughter, who to the fact that Northern writers, The heroism and endurance of the ., q ,. "
I and and -
at1 them of a Northern soldiers of the Confederacy has no PUStular _, -=
had been attendin Brenatf College I among a president Loravxu* Kv. March 26th, ,90,. .
that place, had ef / he town f1 I college and some of their statesmen, parallel in history-so true, so constant I For several years I suffered with! Chills and Fever, scabby skin eruptions --- -e =_ -
home three days n-ior to the cloudN. -- in reviewing thereat struggle, have I so unselfish. No such heroism j I caused by Malaria my system and each summer for of various -\ ::1\ -__
burst and cyclone. conceded the right of secession. He and nobility ever graced the pages of i!
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several years I would relapse. Finally tay physician prekinds are common symptoms of malaria.Frequently .
-- i quoted Horace Greeley's memorable history. It is our heritage. Let us I ,
-- I I scribed S. S. S. In all I and
took three bottles
,
.I-- have -been"irouhled for sometime i'editorial in the New York Tribune: cherish it tenderly, lovingly, and newer i they the health becomes so impaired,
with indigestion and sour stomach "Let the erring sisters depart in I. forget the devotion and loyalty of I entirely cured me, and I have never been troubled since. and such a lifeless. condition ensues that the

," says Mrs Sarah W. Curtis, of i peace." His only contention was that .our Southern men and women. : I am sure no other medicine could have given me so loses interest his andfaith
Lee, Mass., "and have been taking the people of the South should have : This is a mere outline of his admirable i complete and immediate relief, and I cannot speak too person In surroundings
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver "I been permitted in a primary to express address and he fairly won the'I highly of S. S. S. :My partner in business is now taking in all human remedies Malaria, if

Tablets, which have helped me very I I their wishes on the question. tumultuous applause that he received.Mr. I S. S. S. for an eruption of the jkin and general run down allowed to remain in the system, lays the foundation
much so that now I can eat many i i i lie spoke of the fact that as soon' Harris, in introducing Judge condition of his'system and though he has taken but for other diseases that often
things that before I could not." If !:I as the provisional Confederate government Ives, of Lake City, said he and Mr. !I! one bottle already commences to feel better. very prove
with stom- was formed at Montgomerythree Allred had treated their subjects seri- : fatal or permanently wreck the health.
you have any trouble your ,, 931 West Market St I. SHA POFIt. .
ach, why not take these Tablets and iI i commissioners were sent to .ously, but even on the field of battle Malaria can only I be worked out of the

get well? For sale by all druggists.Be I!Washington to present u Secretary humorous and laughable things happened system through the blood, and a remedy that can destroy the germs and microbes and
I I William H. Seward the contention of and to illustrate that featureof
sure and read H. A. Fausett's:! the South for a separation and their the conflict he presented Judge neutralize the bad effects of the poison offers the only hope of a cure, and the only medicine

advertisement.; He wants tomatoes! presentation of the matter was so cogent Ives, who for half an hour told some that can accomplish this is S. S. S., which not only purges the blood of all morbid, unhealthymatter

by the basket full and wagon load. J,I and logical that Seward did not I very funny incidents and experiencesthat I. but keeps it pure and healthy. It searches out and destroys every trace of Malarial
Mr. Fausett is a square man and always :i answer, because in his opinion the arguments came under his observation. and the blood in such
condition that
poison, keeps a vigorous poisonous matters of no kindare
does the fair thing by those who set forth were unanswerable. Judge Ives said war was the resultof i
trade with him. ,i It was said that slavery was the I words. To show how illy preparedthe i allowed to accumulate, but are promptly expelled from the system.During .

I Ii cause of the war, but as the original Soutn was for war, he referred tothe the spring i is an opportune time to begin the fight against this invisible enemy
i! colonies had slaves, why of lot of enthusiastic ,
thirteen was experience a
FOR SALE for the hot sultry summer days will the to and still further
i cause germs multiply impoverish
i it admissible North and not South? greenhorns who came to Cedar Keys,
Cantaloupes and WatermelonsHave I I Observing: the condition of the and with improvised cannon made out ,. the blood and weaken, the constitution, and now more than ever the Malaria sufferer

120 acres of watermelons and I South American republics, he was of logs, a few boats and several old needs a good blood purifier and bracing tonic.A .
thankful that we were a great, powerful muskets, went out into the bay and
40 of cantaloupes for sale. The fruit course of S. S. S. at this particular season will l
i I and united people; and yet our captured three schooners that were
is a fair average. Buyers call on Dr. I relieve of Malaria and its attendant evils reinforce
greatness is but opening under the flying the union jack and were on you ,
W. P. Wilson- Ocala, Fla. 5 30 dlw !;. benign influences of peace and the development their way to New York. The scarcity i and build up the system, purify and strengthen the sluggish -
of the arts. In illustration of ammunition for their improvisedlog
invalid : I blood and quicken the circulation when the appetite
Ben Raysor, that charming ,
!of this wonderful progress in material cannon may be inferred when
at the Club House (the man with the I prosperity he need but cite the fact scraps of iron and old steelyards were I and digestion improve and all the vital powers rapidly

foot in other words), has extendedhis 'I that the wealth of the South today is taken along as a substitute. Only I recuperate under the invigorating tonic influence of this

yam.literary He says researches it's not to had Omar a little Khay-bit. greater the nation than when the the combined war began.wealth of I one first musket Confederate was fired naval and victory it was of the the I great vegetable remedy. Its freedom from all minerals! makes it the ideal remedy in all

He especially admires: that passage He deemed it especially fitting that war. He thought raw recruits foughtas i Malarial troubles and perfectly adapted to the most delicate constitutions.If .
about the jug of wine and loaf of I Davis shouldbe I have of Malarial write about it and will
the birthday of Jefferson well as disciplined men. you any symptoms poison, us our Physicians
bread and book should of verse, but the says Ocala as I observed as a memorial by the U. He met several Alabama regiments I take up your case and advise you without charge. Book on Blood and Skin Diseases, free.
for himself he prefer D. C., for did not that great chieftain going to the front at Shiloh armed I
Star and light draughts of Carmi- 'dedicate his history of the Confederacy -I with pikes. To a query as to how I THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA, GA.
chael's "Pet." (No, Ben doesn't I Idl to these noble women? And it was they were going to use them, one replied -I
ink. He meant a goak.) I also fitting that they had selected a "The hook is to catch 'em and _._
son of a brave Confederate soldier as I the spear to slay 'em." I
RAILROAD TICKETS FOR SALE the orator of the day, for it is to such 'I The unpreparedness of the South II
The Carmichael & Son Co. have two that the future must look for the vindication was further illustrated in the wastingby I M.CIVER & MACKAY
tickets for sale good from Tampa to of the South in that ever disease of the army at Shiloh
Troy, Ala. Call on them. 4td27 memorable struggle. Thirty thousand men died from Aprilto I
I Mr. N. M. Allred was then presented August for want of medicines and

Ladies, if you are married, be sure to the audience and received with I proper hospital aid. Phosphate Mining and Washing Machinery
to have your husbands hear Dr. Yer- rapturous applause.The He,never saw men so determined. I ,
ger's lecture on "Matrimony" this I apology made by Mr. Allred When their first enlistment expired,
evening at the opera house. Twenty- !that owing to legal duties the time he the general sentiment was for reenlistment Wagons Buggies Phaetons Surreys CattiagesGilding
five cents. Tickets at the Postoffice : had hoped to devote to the preparation because they had this job ,
Drugstore. I I of his address was limited to a and didn't know where to get another. I
,, few hours and in that time he could He told of a funny dream that almost -
Ladies if you are single, be sure to I I not do himself and the occasion jus- threw Rip Van Winkle into the I HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS
have your beaux hear Dr. Verger's! tice, was scarcely called for from the shade. A soldier who had, after a forty .
lecture this evening on "Matrimony. fact that the oration was a master- years' sleep awakened, inquiredfor

." It may save you trouble, 25c. piece. He spoke for nearly an hour his brigade, division and corps.
Tickets at Postoffice Drugstore. and held the closest attention of his "All gone." "Well, what has becomeof Materials Every Kind and Description
,large audience. the army?" "All dead but sixteen ,
I
CHINESE LAUNDRY i lIe introduced his theme by relating ." "How about the other side?" I
I an anecdote of the famous Joe "All gone but seventeen and we are :
Lee Hong's Chinese laundry, Montezuma -
Fort King avenue side, is now I Wheeler, whose bravery, strategy and just now going to charge and capture FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS
: open. Bring in your soiled linen and success in the civil war, as well as in them, and end the war!"
receive it white as the driven snow. the Spanish-American conflict, are apart In 1863 he was sent home on sick .
I I of the glorious history of our furlough. He had in his possession a [ PLANTS
I! PHOSPHATE
.Report comes from Yalaha that country, and referred to his restless good jackknife, and it was the wonderof
there was some trouble there Saturday energy which had so impressed and the people, they were so scarce,
with the negroes; that Merchant thrilled him when in Congress meas-I and with it he became the cobbler for I INSTALLED COMPLETEI
George King sided with them, and I I uies were taken to free Cuba miles around and won popularity by
that night King was waylaid and severely -I I chains of oppression. I mending shoes. I 1I
whipped. I I The speaker could only speak of the I He told of the conscript who could I
I I civil war as he had read of it and of !i not understand why they wanted him,
WANTEDA i I the impressions it had left on his !I: when he couldn't see an enemy 100 and J. F. Barrett. of Belleview. and Summer

young man with some knowledgeof i: mind. He thanked the Daughters for feet away.: "Just the man." said Gen. Only the last two named were present Spring

drugs, need not be registered, to !!' the honor conferred on him. The day I Finnegan, of Olustee fame. "We |and little Misses Elizabeth_ Newsom
is sacred to all who in participated want just such men. The trouble Is, '
any way
stay in drugstore. Good place for I I and Irma Blake pinned the crosses on
in the memorable struggle. my men can see the enemy too far." .;j.. STYLES .*.
right puity. Apply to J.Y.. Castell, i I the lapels of the coats of these gallant
I How meet and proper to assemble to i Speaking of the discharge of ammu-
Dunnellon, Fla. --- .
..
/ -- ."' 1!, honor the memory of him who was nition, he said the federals fired from veterans. _
-- --- ---- \ :,! chosen to head the Confederate government four to forty shots to the Confederates Mr. Harris then thanked the Daughters -: Newest Creations in Millinery and
(i Alachua county: ant dry Tuesday. I be- ,
for their splendid dinner, on :
I and those: who gave their one during the war which accounted -
\Gainesville gave a liajority of )48 !lives to maintain: it. A volume would I for the fact that at Chicka-: I half of the veterans. The Rifles were '!'Flowers Ribbons Plumes and Trimmings -
gainst saloons.
I
-- : not suffice to record even the namesof i raaugua out of 314 men in his regiment not forgotten and others who had assisted ,
these who made that struggle ever I Ii only eighteen came out of the to make the occasion so glori : of all Kinds. Everything that is
CONSTIPATED BOWELSTo i glorious, including Jackson Lee battle. ously successful.Rev. .
have good health, the body 1 Johnson, Pickett, Gordon and a host This faintly indicates the pith and 1.. B. Warren pronounced the New Nobby and Up-to-Date the Millinery -
should be kept in a laxative condition benediction, when friends with flowers ,
i i, of otl' :rs. Ho referred to the quiet point of Judge Ives' humorous and interesting
and the bowels moved at least demeanor statesmanly habits of I II II remarks and his old com- I. and the Rifles, proceeded to the Line. Goods for All Classes and
I
once a day so that all the poisonous i President Davis, whose whole idea rades gave him a barnstorming of ap- 01(1 cemetery where the Daughters
wastes are expelled daily. Mr. G. L. :and purpose was to secure victory; plause. I strewed the graves of the departed heroes i Prices Within Reach of X11.MRS .
Edwards, 14? X. :Main St., Wichita how the brilliant deeds of the soldiery Mrs. Fannie R. Gary, president of with floral tributes and the militia .
Kan., writes: "I have used Herbineto I" almost overshadowed his presence Dickison Chapter of Ocala, U. D. C., fired the customary salute, which 1 I
regulate the liver and bowels forth at the head of the Confederate' then read the rules governing the II ended a day that will not soon be forgotten I I D. M. HICK
I II
last ten years, and found it a reliable -: government; the failure of the cause, I I conferring of the crosses of honor and i by those who thus honored the s

remedy." 50c., at the AntiMonopoly ; the capture of the president and his I the history of the same. Only soldiers ] I dead heroes. OCALA. FLORIDA _
Drugstore.Mr. I ignominious imprisonment and treat with unblemished records could I
i
I ment at the hands of the victors. In secure them. If lost, they could not I KODOL GIVES STRENGTH I .
J. M. Meffert reports the canta- saying this he intended no reflection I I be replaced. They were only to be I By enabling the digestive organs to I Ii I I -
loupe market off yesterday and $125 agar on those men who fought on the other worn by the soldiers. She then paid i digest, assimilate and transform ALL
was paid for melons yesterday. I side for what they deemed the right. '! a glowing tribute to those who died of the wholesome food that may be I II El Tropico Cigar FactoryManufacturers
i He touched on the articles of confederation I during the past year-Gen. J. J. Dick I eaten into the kind of blood that nourishes -
-- NEW YORK PAPER, 1 CENT I of 1787, which gave the ison, Drs. Crawford and Frederick J. the nerves, feeds the tissues,

We are going to push the New York states reserved rights; among them \\ Walters and Capt. DuPree, of ; hardens the muscles and recuperates
Evening Telegram] one of the best of I that of separation; and the efforts Sparr. She spoke of the passing of I the organs of the entire body. Kodol :
the New York daily papers, 1 cent per !made by the Confederate government i the heroes, and said this, too, might I Dyspepsia Cure cures Indigestion, I I I
day. We want 100 subscribers. Call :in sending: their committee to see Lin- !i be the last time she could present ; Dyspepsia, Catarrh of the Stomach I If High Grade Havana CigarsDealers
and leave your name. coln at Washington to try to secure a these badges of honor Her tender and all stomach disorders. Sold by ;
The Ocala News Co. peaceful separation. Their failure I and pathetic words touched all hearts Anti-Monopoly: Drugstore.
and Smokers' Articles Whole.
compelled the Confederate govern and filled many eyes with tears. She In Pipes, Tobacco ,
ment to, raise 170,000.000 for war purposes then called for the following to receive Beautiful bedroom suites parlor sale and Retailf.'f .
AND ,.a sinn deemed .a mere bagatelle crosses: J. P. Baskin J. E. I suites and odd pieces,of handsome "
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